Election year 2020 is predicted to be a record-breaking year for voter turnout in Michigan. And, as such, our county and township clerks need more help than ever.

Election inspectors in Michigan must be registered voters. They cannot be a challenger, candidate, member of a candidate’s immediate family, or a member of the local Board of Canvassers. Anyone convicted of a felony or an election crime may not serve.

Learn more online at the Secretary of State’s website.

Township Clerks

Below is a list of links to either a form or the clerk’s information for each Eaton County Township. You can always use the SOS form for an election inspector and submit it to your clerk’s office even if they have a specific form.

NOTE: You will turn in your application to the clerk who oversees your voting precinct. If you aren’t sure, call the office to verify.

  1. Bellevue Township
  2. Benton Township
  3. Brookfield Township
  4. Carmel Township
  5. Chester Township
  6. Delta Township
  7. Eaton Township
  8. Eaton Rapids Township
  9. Hamlin Township
  10. Kalamo Township
  11. Oneida Township
  12. Roxand Township
  13. Sunfield Township (Clerk name for submitting the form)
  14. Vermontville Township (Clerk name for submitting the form)
  15. Walton Township
  16. Windsor Township

City Clerks

  1. City of Charlotte
  2. City of Eaton Rapids
  3. City of Grand Ledge
  4. City of Lansing

List of townships in Eaton

Wikipedia list of townships