The Baltimore Township Clerk maintains records of all Boards minutes, Resolutions, Ordinances, and Voter Registrations. The Clerk’s Office also conducts elections for Baltimore Township. We hope the information you will find listed here to be helpful. You can also reach me at 269-945-3228, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may register to vote at a local Secretary of State office or by contacting Baltimore Township Clerk. You must be registered thirty (30) days prior to an election to be eligible to vote. The official “last day to register” is always published prior to each election.Election Results
You may change your address by filling out a new voter registration form directly in Barry County Clerk’s office located in downtown Hastings at 220 W. State Street. You may contact them directly at (269) 945-1285.Barry County Clerk
If you’ve lost your voter registration card, you’ll need to get a replacement card issued to you as soon as possible. To obtain a new card, you may contact my department directly. *Please note that you must already be registered to obtain a new card, otherwise, please complete the application to become an official registered voter.
You must be 60 years of age or older, expect to be absent from the community for the entire time the polls are open, be physically unable to attend the polls without assistance from another, unable to attend the polls because of the tenets of your religion, confined to jail awaiting arraignment or trial or appointed an election inspector in a precinct other than where you reside.
If you are going to be out of town or are a senior citizen and would like an Absent Voter Ballot, please download our paper version below. Please mail your completed application to: Penelope Ypma, Baltimore Township Clerk, 6200 Henry Rd., Hastings, MI 49058
Inside your ballot envelope will be the ballot, a return envelope, a secrecy sleeve. Completely fill in the oval to the right of the candidate’s name. Be sure to vote for only the number of candidates listed in the heading for that office. Some offices allow more than one candidate to be nominated. Complete both sides of the ballot. Place the ballot in the secrecy sleeve, then in the return envelope – seal it, sign it, and date it within the red box on the front of the envelope. The ballot will not be counted if the envelope is not signed!
Ballots may be requested by mail up until 2:00 p.m. on the Saturday prior to an election. Please note that is rarely enough time to complete the process. Request your ballot as soon as possible.
The last day to obtain an absentee ballot in the office is the Monday prior to the election (by 4:00 p.m.). The ballot must be voted in the office and returned. All ballots must be returned by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.
Please Remember: Any candidate seeking public political office, or any political sign, cannot be place on the township properties.