Election & Voter Information

Are you registered to vote in Ada Township?

Residents are now permitted to register to vote any time up to and including the day of an election. There are some limitations during the last month (must register at Clerk's Office, etc.) Please stop by the Clerk’s Office and fill out a registration form. We’ll answer any questions you may have, and help you determine your polling location. To register to vote, you may also download a mail-in Voter Registration Form. Simply follow the form’s instructions. You may also register at the same time you renew your driver's license. Eligible drivers receive a voter registration application in the mail with their driver's license renewal information.

To see if you are registered to vote, please click To determine where to vote, view our Precinct map.

Election Changes:

The next election will be the Presidential Primary on February 27, 2024. Many changes are coming in the elections in 2024, including nine days of early voting. This early voting will happen at Ada Township Hall from 9 am to 5 pm on February 17 through February 25. Some precinct numbers and polling places have also changed. Be sure to check your new voter ID card which was mailed to you for this information.

Look at our new precinct map HERE: Precinct Map2024


Ada Township has six Voting Precincts and three Polling Locations.

Ward PrecinctLocation AddressHandicap Accessible
Precinct 1Keystone Church, 655 Spaulding Ave SEYes
Precinct 2Keystone Church, 655 Spaulding Ave SEYes
Precinct 3Ada Congregational, 6330 Ada Drive SEYes
Precinct 4Roselle Park, 1010 Grand River Drive NEYes
Precinct 5Roselle Park, 1010 Grand River Drive NEYes
Precinct 6Ada Congregational, 6330 Ada Drive SEYes

Absentee Ballots

Anyone is now permitted to vote absentee . . . without a reason. Download an Absent Voter Ballot application from the State of Michigan. Please download this application and mail, drop off, or bring it with you to the Clerk’s Office. Ballots will be mailed about six weeks before election day. Please allow sufficient time to return your ballot; it must be received by the Clerk's Office by 8 p.m. on election day to be counted.

In addition, state law now requires nine days of early voting for each election. This will take place at township hall

Election Inspectors

Anyone over age 18 who is a registered voter in the State of Michigan is eligible to work as an election inspector. (In addition, 16- and 17-year olds may be appointed to some positions.) Please download the Election Inspector Application and return to Ada Township Clerk's Office, 7330 Thornapple River Drive SE, Ada, MI 49301, place in our drop-box, or drop off at the Clerk's Office.