This post shows the 2012 map of Albion precincts after redistricting then. The City of Albion is divided into 6 precincts. Residents of each precinct have their own City Councilperson representing them.
Here is the official City of Albion website with links to the correct precinct maps. (scroll down on this page to view them.)
The Calhoun County website also shows precincts at this link:
The precincts on the links above were updated in 2012. However, the official maps for the overall map with the updated precincts shown below are not yet posted to any official website. We requested and received the updated map below from the Albion City Manager. Here are the new precincts that also show the changed areas clearly marked. Click on the image to see a larger view.
Here are the Albion City Council members by precinct:
A registered voter must vote at the polling location for his or her own precinct, which is determined by the voter’s address. Check the Ward-Precinct map to determine your Ward and Precinct. Check the table below for the address of your polling location.
According to Michigan law, a person can register to vote up to the day of the election. To request an absentee ballot electronically, a voter has up to 18 days prior to the election. A person can request an absentee ballot in person up to the day of the election. Remember to keep in mind how much work your local city clerk has to manage on the day of an election – plan ahead.
See how on the Secretary of State webpage here:
Additional elections and voter information is available by clicking on the menu tabs on the left. For more information about elections or to check your registered voter status online, please visit the State of Michigan Voter website.
Learn about Albion’s 2022 Redistricting including access to the new map on this page:
Calhoun County, Albion: Redistricting and Filing Deadlines for New Seats Opening