ELECTIONS - St. Clair County, Michigan
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Candidate Filing Information


Filing Information during COVID-19

  • CLOSED TO PUBLIC:  In accordance with the Governor's "Stay Home, Stay Safe" Executive Order, the St. Clair County Clerk's office is closed to the public. 
  • FILING DEADLINES:  For candidate filings filed with the County, you must either mail your required items and they must be received in the Clerk's office on or before the filing deadline; or, a drop box is available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the entrance of the Port Huron Courthouse. 
  • PETITION SIGNATURES:  As of now, there are no changes to the statutory requirements regarding the ability of petition gatherers to collect and submit signature petitions, including candidates with an April filing deadline.
  • E-NOTARY OPTION:  Per the State Bureau of Election's information to counties, Michigan’s Notary Law currently allows for electronic/remote notarization of documents.  Executive Order 2020-41 has temporarily eased some of the law’s in-person requirements and encourages the use of electronic/remote notarization as much as possible.  Candidates needing a notarization are encouraged to have their Affidavit of Identity remotely notarized prior to filing with the County.  To find a notary who provides e-notary options, click here.   

Filing Information

Calendar Filing Deadlines
Candidate Filing Information
Filing Forms & Circulating Petitions
Campaign Finance Disclosure Reporting


Offices to be elected in 2020

STATE/FEDERAL OFFICES: 
     
File at State Bureau of Elections' office

  • U.S. President/Vice President; U.S. Senator; State Representative (32nd and 83rd Districts)
  • State Board of Education; U of M Regents, MSU Trustees, WSU Governors
  • Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge of the Court of Appeals
  • Judge of the Circuit Court (31st District); Judge of the District Court (72nd District)

      File at St. Clair County Clerk's office:

  • State Representative (81st District)
  • Judge of Probate (74th District)

COUNTY OFFICES & PRECINCT DELEGATES:
     
File at St. Clair County Clerk's office:

  • Commissioner (Districts 1 - 7)
  • County Offices (Prosecuting Atty., Sheriff, Clerk/Reg. of Deeds, Treasurer, Drain Commissioner, Surveyor)
  • Precinct Delegates

LOCAL CITY/TOWNSHIP OFFICES:
     
Contact the appropriate City/Township Clerk for more information about these offices:

  • Township Offices:  File with your Township Clerk
  • City Offices:  File with your City Clerk
  • Village Offices (Capac & Emmett):  File with appropriate Township Clerk

SCHOOLS (candidates will appear on the Nov. ballot only):
      Following file at St. Clair County Clerk's office:

  • St. Clair County Community College:  2 positions (6-year terms)
  • Algonac Community Schools:  3 positions (6-year terms)
  • Capac Community Schools:  2 positions (6-year terms)
  • East China Schools:  2 positions (6-year terms) and 1 partial term ending 12/31/2022
  • Marysville Public Schools:  3 positions (4-year terms)
  • Memphis Public Schools:  2 positions (6-year terms); 2 partial terms ending 12/31/2022 and 1 partial term ending 12/31/2024
  • Port Huron Area School District:  3 positions (6-year terms)
  • Yale Public Schools:  4 positions (4-year term) and 1 partial term ending 12/31/2022

      Following file at Lapeer County Clerk's office (contact office for filing information):

  • Almont Community Schools

      Following file at Macomb County Clerk's office (contact office for filing information):

  • Anchor Bay School District
  • Armada School District
  • Richmond Community Schools

       Following file at Sanilac County Clerk's Office (contact office for filing information):

  • Brown City Community Schools
  • Croswell-Lexington Community Schools

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St. Clair County Clerk - Elections Division
201 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan 48060
Phone:  810-985-2159;  Fax: 810-985-2241
Email: SCC Elections