Troy Voter Eligibility and Election Facts
Troy Voter Eligibility

To vote in Troy, you must be

a citizen of the USA
a resident of Troy for at least 30 days
18 years of age or older
Register by mail up to 15 days before the election.
Registered up to election day at the City Clerk's office office.
You may register by mail. However, the first time you vote must be in person and with picture ID or sign an affidavit of identification. Registration is permanent unless you move or change names.

Troy Election Facts
School District elections: May Annual for Lamphere, Warren Consolidated; November Even Years: Troy, Bloomfield Hills; November Odd Years: Avondale; November Annual: Birmingham, Royal Oak These may be subject to change via state law.
Local Elections: November Odd Years: Troy mayor and Council
State and National elections: August Even Years: (Alternating) Gubernatorial and Presidential Primary; November Even Years: (Alternating) Gubernatorial and President for 4 year term.
Special elections may be held when necessary.
Democracy is not a spectator sport! Get informed and vote!


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  1. see everything that will be on your ballot,
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