Redistricting Prompts Changes in Voting Precincts/Voter ID Cards/Updating Voter Files (UPDATED 5/23/2022)

UPDATED (5/23/2022):  VOTER ID CARDS will be mailed by precinct, to residents beginning 5/26/22.

If you receive any election related materials for someone who no longer lives at your residence, including the voter identification card, please mark “unknown” on the mailing and place it back in the mail. By federal law, this allows the City to legally start the cancellation process which takes four years to complete. Your assistance will help the City maintain an updated voter file. If you have any questions, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 989-779-5361 or via email at

Redistricting Information:

Every ten years, in conjunction with U.S. Census results, revisions to city voting precincts, congressional, legislative and county commissioner districts occur. A decrease in the City of Mt. Pleasant’s population count over the past ten years has prompted a reduction in voting precincts from seven to five. This action will significantly reduce the cost of elections, assist with election worker recruitment, and streamline precinct logistics.

City of Mt. Pleasant Voting Precincts (Effective August 2022):

Precinct 1: Ganiard Elementary School, 101 South Adams Street

Precinct 2: Kinney Elementary School, 720 North Kinney Street

Precinct 3: Pullen Elementary School, 251 South Brown Street

Precinct 4: Fancher Elementary School, 801 South Kinney Avenue

Precinct 5: Vowles Elementary School, 1560 South Watson Street

Absentee Voter Counting Board: Mt. Pleasant City Hall, 320 W. Broadway Street

Mt. Pleasant High School is no longer a voting precinct due to the high amount of scheduled extracurricular activities and limited convenient parking. 

Voter ID Cards to be Mailed:

Every registered voter in the City will be receiving a new voter ID card in the mail in late May/early June. These cards will include the updated voting precinct, congressional, legislative and county district information. On Election Day, Tuesday, August 2, 2022 voters should go to the precinct noted on this updated ID card.

Voter Registration:

Individuals who are not currently registered to vote can register online at or mail in the voter registration application found online. This must be completed by July 18, 2022 to vote in the August 2, 2022 primary election.

Residents may also visit to confirm voting precincts.