The Midland City Clerk's office administers all local, state, and federal elections for the City of Midland and oversees the Midland Municipal Cemetery.
In 2018, Michigan voters passed Proposal 2, a ballot initiative, for voters and not legislators to take responsibility for nonpartisan redistricting and created the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission (MICRC). The MICRC is comprised of 13 randomly selected Michigan residents that includes four Democrats, five Independents, and four Republicans, and is responsible for redistricting the U.S. Congressional, Michigan House, and Michigan Senate districts.
- Redistricting Public Hearing Participation Flyer
- Proposed Draft Maps (October 2021)
- Redistricting Timeline
- Redistricting FAQ's
- Send questions, ideas to increase awareness and engagement and/or provide public comments about Michigan’s redistricting process to Redistricting@michigan.gov or mail them to: MICRC P.O. Box 30318 Lansing, MI 48909.
- Learn more about Michigan’s new redistricting process,
obtain more information about the upcoming public hearings, or view the proposed draft maps by visiting www.michigan.gov/MICRC.
Click on the links below for more specific information about a given voting topic.