Frequently asked questions:
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and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.
P.O. Box 980586, 108 S. Adams Street, Ypsilanti MI 48198.
- Why do you need my name, birth year, and month?
To confirm your voter registration in the public records,
and to find your voting districts.
We do not keep, track, or sell your information.
Only your device remembers it.
- Endorsed by whom?
- All statewide and US Rep candidates and proposals listed have been endorsed by the
Michigan Democratic Party.
- State Senate candidates are endorsed by the MI Senate caucus.
- State Representative candidates are endorsed by the MI House caucus.
- All Washtenaw County candidates are endorsed by the membership of the WCDP, by vote.
- Livingston County candidates are endorsed by members of the LCDP.
- Candidates in Wayne County were endorsed by their local Democratic party association.
- Candidates in other counties have been endorsed by their county party,
or (in some school board races) by the MEA.
- Why a Democratic-only voter guide?
To provide Democratic-leaning voters in Michigan with
an easy way to find all candidates and proposals endorsed by the Democratic Party.
For a reliable non-partisan source of information about all candidates and proposals,
- Why do I see only some offices?
If you don't see any local candidates for your district,
it's because we have not (yet) received information about endorsed
Democratic candidates for your local area.
You can also try the
site for a listing of local candidates.
- I'm a Democratic candidate. Why don't I appear?
If you are a candidate and do not see your information, please contact us ASAP at
We especially need to hear from county Democratic party leaders
about endorsements for their regions.
- Who is miVoter.org?
This site was built by a group of passionate volunteers,
working towards a more democratic Michigan.
Candidate data was supplied by the Michigan Democratic Party,
the Washtenaw County Democratic Party, individual candidates,
and their campaign websites.
- Who is that funny guy in the video?
That's the wonderful
Amir for America,
who has a whole series of hilarious and informative videos on getting people to vote.