Election Division

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Important Notice About May 5, 2020 Election 

The May 5 Election planned for Jackson's Fifth Ward has been cancelled. No other elections in other wards of the City were planned. No election will be taking place on May 5, 2020 in the City of Jackson.  

About Elections in Jackson 
Elections in the City of Jackson are administered by the Jackson City Clerk's Office. The City Clerk is the Chief Election Officer and is responsible for conducting all elections held in the city. Voter registrations are processed daily through the statewide qualified voter file to maintain the records of approximately 23,000 registered city voters. The city is divided into six wards and 16 precincts with conveniently located polling places for voters to cast their ballots on election days.  

Upcoming Election 

Updated information will be provided once another election is scheduled in the City of Jackson. 

Where to Vote

All precincts within each ward vote at the same location. Map of the City of Jackson's ward boundaries (PDF) 

  • WARD 1: Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, 1107 Adrian St. 
  • WARD 2: Boos Center in Loomis Park, 210 Gilbert St. 
  • WARD 3: St. John's Parish Center, 711 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. 
  • WARD 4: First Presbyterian Church, 743 W. Michigan Ave. 
  • WARD 5: St. John's United Center for Caring, 801 S. Mechanic St. 
  • WARD 6: Cascades Baptist Church, 1012 W. High St. 
All polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

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