P-CCS Students and Families: There are two important resources to stay posted with during the school closure period. Please see the important links below.

  • P-CCS Information on COVID-19 Page, which contains all related posts, releases, and transcripts that have been sent to the community, as well as some other informational resources.

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Voter Information

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Key dates leading up to the March 10, 2020 election

Voter registration and absentee voting procedures have changed since the last election.

  • Feb.  24, 2020     Last day to register in any manner other than in person with the local clerk for the March election
  • Mar.   6, 2020      up to 5 p.m.        Deadline for voters to obtain an absent voter ballot via First Class mail
  • Mar.   9, 2020       up to 4 p.m.        Deadline for voters to obtain an absent voter ballot in person in the clerk's office
  • Mar.   9, 2020       up to 8 p.m.        Election Day registrants with proof of residency may obtain and vote an absent voter ballot in person in the clerk's office or vote in person in the proper precinct.

 Election Day is March 10, 2020

Options for absentee voting

Due to a recent change in the law, all eligible and registered voters in Michigan may now request an absent voter ballot without providing a reason. The deadline to request an absentee ballot via First Class Mail is Friday, March 6, at 5 p.m., and voters may also obtain an absent voter ballot in person in the clerk’s office up to 4pm on Monday, March 9. The deadline to return a completed absentee ballot is Tuesday, March 10, at 8 p.m.

Applications for absentee ballots are available:
● On-line at
● In your school building offices
● At your City Clerk’s office

Note: Once election ballots are available in the clerk’s office, you can walk into your clerk’s office, receive an absentee application, fill it out, and immediately be given your ballot to cast your vote.

Where to register to vote

To vote in the March 10, 2020 election, you must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18 years of age by Election Day, a resident of Michigan and of Plymouth-Canton Community School District. Please visit your local township or city clerk to register to vote or visit any Secretary of State office. Printable voter registration forms are available on the State website,

Due to a recent change in the law, eligible individuals may now register to vote in the clerk’s office up to and including the Election Day.

Below is the list of all City and Township Offices in Plymouth-Canton Community Schools:

 Michael Siegrist, Clerk, Township Of Canton
1150 S. Canton Center Rd.Canton, MI 48188

Maureen Brodie, Clerk, City of Plymouth
201 S. Main St. Plymouth, MI 48170

Jerry Vorva, Clerk, Plymouth Township
9955 N. Haggerty Rd. Plymouth, MI 48170

Marjorie F. Banner, Clerk, Northville Township
41600 Six Mile Rd. Northville, MI 48167

Del Wensley, Clerk, Salem Township
9600 Six Mile, Salem, MI 48175

Lynette Findley, Clerk, Superior Township
3040 N. Prospect, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Where do I vote?

Voting locations will posted to the official P-CCS website at once they are confirmed by the respective clerks’ offices in the P-CCS communities