What you need to know about Election Day in Farmington, Farmington Hills

Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m., and voting will look a little different.

Farmington and Farmington Hills, along with other cities in Oakland County, have adopted the Verity voting system. Learn more: FARMINGTON AREA VOTERS WILL SEE NEW MACHINES, SMALLER BALLOTS.

Farmington Public Schools won’t hold classes on Nov. 7.

Staff members report for professional development, but students have the day off.

Here’s how to find your polling place.

Find maps and lists of polling places on city websites:

Are you sure you’re registered?

Check with the State of Michigan to ensure that you’re registered: https://webapps.sos.state.mi.us/MVIC/. If you are, the website will also show your precinct and voting location.

You don’t need a photo ID to vote, but it’ll speed up the process.

Voters who don’t have accepted identification can still vote, but must sign an affidavit before casting a ballot. Learn more about ID requirements: michigan.gov/documents/sos/Notice_To_Voters_209297_7.pdf

If you haven’t sent in your absent voter ballot, you can still vote.

You may turn in your AV ballot at City Hall. Or once election workers confirm that your ballot has not already been cast, you can vote at your regular polling place.

Still need to know about the candidates and issues?

We’ve compiled all of our election-related coverage and links to other sources of voter information right here: farmingtonvoice.com/f2h-votes-2017. Look for election results right here after the polls close Tuesday night.

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