Marquette Deputy Clerk explains how to register for voting

MARQUETTE — Across the State of Michigan many communities are preparing for the March 10th Presidential Primary Election.

If anyone is unsure of their registered status it may be a good idea to go check. Kyle Whitney, Deputy Clerk for the City of Marquette, explains that there are a few ways to go about checking.

“If you are not sure that you are registered to vote you can call our office, which is the city clerk’s office,” explained Whitney. “You can also come in to the city hall and ask us individually. You could also check your voter registration status online at”

Voters can now register by mail or online up to 14 days before an election. On the 14th day prior to an election – and up to Election Day – voters can still register to vote, but must do so in person at the local clerk’s office.