Holly Township Clerk’s Office
Karin S. Winchester, MMC
Announcement: November 3, 2020 Absent Voter Ballots will be mailed the last week in September after the Clerks Office receives the ballots and processes them for mailing. If you would like to vote by absentee Ballot and you have not already applied, you may apply in the Clerks Office and pick up your ballot at the same time on or after September 21, 2020.
Absentee Voting Options
All eligible registered voters in Michigan may now request an absent voter ballot without providing a reason. Absentee voting is a convenient way to cast a ballot instead of going to the voting precinct on Election Day. Absentee ballot applications are available online or at the Clerks Office.
Permanent Absentee Voter List – Voters can also request to be on the Permanent Absentee Voter List for future elections. Voters who join the mailing list must do so in writing or in person. Permanent Absent Voters receive an application by mail prior to every election.
Forms and Applications can be returned by the following methods: mail, dropped off at the Township Offices, use the after-hours drop box in the Civic Drive Treasurers Office Door, fax 248-634-5482, or by email – email@example.com.
POLLING PLACE FOR ALL HOLLY PRECINCTS FOR ALL ELECTIONS – KARL RICHTER CAMPUS GYMNASIUM 300 EAST ST. FOR ALL PRECINCTS AND FOR ALL ELECTIONS
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In a General Law Township, the elected voting officers of Holly Township consist of the Supervisor, Clerk, Treasurer, and two Trustees. Karin S. Winchester was appointed to serve as Holly Township Clerk in May 1999 and was elected in 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. Along with the duties of day-to-day operations, the Clerk is charged with the custody and maintenance of all Township records, including official documents such as official minutes, contracts, policies and procedures, resolutions, ordinances and serves as the Freedom of Information Officer for access to public records. She is responsible for all accounting functions including general ledger, accounts payable/receivable, budgets, payroll, etc. for the Township. The Clerk is responsible for elections, maintenance of voter registration records, purchasing, licenses, permits, employee benefits, pension administration, other human resource issues, computer systems and software maintenance, building maintenance, preparation of the packets of information necessary for the Township Board meetings and the publication all notices. The Community Development Block Grant Program and the Building Department is administered by the Clerk as well as the Township website and she is the Township Building and Zoning Administrator.