On November 3, 2015 the voters of the City of New Baltimore will be electing the following positions: Mayor and 3 City Council positions. To obtain petitions, please contact the City Clerk's office. Petitions must be returned to the City Clerk by April 21, 2015 at 4:00 PM.
If you need an Absent Voter ballot for the May 5, 2015 Special Election, and you are not on our permanent AV List, please request an AV application from the City Clerk's office. Remember the U.S. Post Office now sends all mail to Pontiac first, so delivery may delayed a day.
If you are on the permanent list and did not receive an AV application, and were out of town, the app may have been returned to the Clerk's office. Please call and another one will be sent out to you. AV Ballots will be mailed out beginning April 1.
AV applications for voters on the Permanent Absent Voter list were mailed March 10, 2015.
The Elections Department is open the Saturday prior to each election from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM for Absentee Ballots only.
To get on the Permanent AV List This allows an eligible voter to automatically receive an AV Ballot Application before each election. Click here, complete and return this form.
Unofficial election results
will be available from
Macomb County at
Not sure if you are registered to vote?
Click here to go to the Secretary of State lookup site.
Laptops in the Precincts
In 2013 the City received grant funding for 5 laptops, modernizing the paper processes in the precincts.
The Elections Department is located within
City Hall at 36535 Green Street.
City Clerk and Chief Elections Officer
Phone: (586)725-2151 Ext: 108
2015 ELECTION DATES
Special Election - May 5, 2015
Primary Election - August 4, 2015
General Election - November 3, 2015
Precinct 1 - 50976 Washington, Recreation Center
Precinct 2 - 50976 Washington, Recreation Center
Precinct 3 - 52805 Ashley St., Anchor Bay Middle School North
Precinct 4 - 52347 Ashley St., Ashley Elementary School
Precinct 5 - 51880 Washington, Lighthouse Elementary School
Polls are open from 7:00 AM through 8:00 PM on Election Day
To work as an election inspector you must be:
High School students over the age of 16 may work as long as they are:
Election Inspectors Training Video
Introduction to the Electronic Poll Book