Tyrone Township



Pam Moughler, Clerk
Terri MedorDeputy Clerk
(810) 629-8631

The Clerk’s office is responsible for conducting all elections within the township.  This includes voting at the national, state, county and township levels and includes elections for local school districts, libraries and special elections.  In this function the Clerk is responsible for voter registration and maintaining the list of registered voters.  Additionally, absentee ballots are requested from the Clerk.

Election Information

May 2, 2023 Special Election

Only voters in Precinct 4 will be participating in this election.  The Hartland School District has a millage proposal.  The ballot language will be posted here once received.

Voters can apply for an absentee ballot online at the Michigan Voter Information Center or return this application by mail, in person, or email to clerk@tyronetownship.us.

April 28, 2023 Friday: The Clerk’s office will be open from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm for voters to spoil their absent ballot and request a new one.

April 29, 2023 Saturday: The Clerk’s office will be open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm for voters to obtain an absent ballot in person.

The Michigan Voter Information Center is a great resource and provides an assortment of information related to voter registration and election administration in Michigan.

The Livingston County Clerk also provides a wealth of election information, from election results, proposals, candidate and delegate filing information and deadlines on their Election Information page. 

Voting Precinct Locations

A map of the precincts may be found here.  Not sure if you are a registered voter?  Don’t know which precinct you live in?  Click here to find out. 

Precinct 1 (Linden School District)
Tyrone Township Hall
8420 Runyan Lake Rd.
(East of US23, south of Center Rd.)

Precinct 2 and 3 (Fenton School District)
Tyrone Covenant Presbyterian Church
10235 White Lake Rd.
(West of US23, across from Tyrone Memorial Cemetery)

Precinct 4 (Hartland School District)
Tyrone Township Hall
8420 Runyan Lake Rd.
(East of US23, south of Center Rd.)

Voter Registration and Absentee Voting Recent Laws

With the passage of Proposal 18-3 in November 2018, an unregistered elector (or registered elector who has moved) who wishes to participate in an upcoming election now has the following options:

•  Register to vote in person at a Secretary of State branch office, a designated voter registration agency, the voter’s county, city, or township clerk’s office or by mail no later than the 15th day prior to the election.

•  Register to vote during the 14 days prior to the election, including Election Day, by applying in person at his or her city or township clerk’s office. Residency verification is required. Acceptable documents include driver’s license, state ID card, current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check, or other government document. Documents must have name and current address. Voters registering on election day can get a ballot and vote that day.

•  Any registered voter now has the ability to vote by absentee (aka mail) ballot without having to declare a reason and voters can be added to a permanent absentee list to receive applications automatically.

Absentee Voting

PERMANENT ABSENTEE LIST- This list is to receive a mailed application for an absentee ballot for all future elections; we do NOT automatically mail a ballot! It is illegal to mail ballots without a signed request.  If you want to be on the list to receive applications, you may request that by any of the following methods:

•  Online: Michigan Secretary of State
•  Email: clerk@tyronetownship.us
•  Phone: 810-629-8631 (Clerk’s department)
•  Mail: this form

APPLICATION- The application must always still be signed and submitted to the Township Clerk before each election in order to receive a ballot in the mail. By law, ballots cannot be mailed without a signed application. Applications may be returned by hand, via postal mail, fax, or email, as long as a signature is visible. A ballot will be mailed to you after the application is received.

RECEIVING AN ABSENTEE BALLOT IN PERSON- Voters may visit the Clerk department and receive a ballot in person. Photo ID or affidavit is required. By law, we can NOT give out a spouse’s ballot if not present.

ADDRESSES- By law, ballots can NOT be forwarded to another mail address. If you will be out of town or need your ballot mailed to an address other than your residence, please include the temporary address on your application.

More information how absentee voting works visit the State of Michigan website.

Military or Oversea Voters

Military or overseas civilian voters (eligible to register and vote in Michigan) can receive a ballot by e-mail or fax to easily vote.  (The voter ballot MUST still be returned by postal mail for security purposes.)  OVERSEAS VOTERS may obtain an application to vote absentee here.  Additional information about the Federal Voting Assistance Program can be found here.


Michigan Voter Information Center

  • Register to vote online.
  • Sign up for permanent absent (mail) voting.
  • Apply for absent (mail) ballot online.
  • Track your application and ballot.
  • Change your address.
  • See 2022 election district apportionments.

Yes, you can use the drop boxes!

The drop boxes may be used for absentee (mail) applications and ballots. It is secure, locked and the stuff won’t get lost in the mail. So, yes, please use! A drive through box is located in the parking lot near the building, another on the wall near the front entrance, and one is placed inside the lobby during office hours.  Photos here.

By law mailed absentee ballots are NOT able to be forwarded by the post office.  If you are out of town and need your ballot mailed to address other than your residence, please include the temporary address on your application.

In an OPEN PRIMARY voters receive a ballot with a column listing each party’s candidates.  Voters then decide which party they wish to participate in by voting only in the column of their party. Voting for candidates in more than one party will void the entire partisan ballot.

Voters in a CLOSED PRIMARY must state the party they wish to vote BEFORE receiving a ballot.  The ballot given only shows the party of choice.