Election Information


The city of Algonac has two (2) precincts for in-person voting located at St. Catherine’s Activity Center at 1106 St. Clair Blvd and one (1) Absent Voter Counting Board for those voters who submitted an absentee ballot that meets at City Hall.  Precincts are open on Election Day from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.

**EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 27, 2024 ELECTION:  As a result of the passing of Prop 2022-2, an Early Voting Precinct for all registered voters in the City of Algonac and Clay Township will be held at Clay Township Hall for 9 consecutive days prior to each state and federal election.  The Early Voting Precinct will be open the second Saturday before election day through the Sunday before election day from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. each day.

There are three regular election times in the State of Michigan: May, August and November. Once every four years there can be a presidential primary in February or March.

Elections are always held the first Tuesday after the first Monday of the stated month.

Elections scheduled in 2024 are:  Tuesday, February 27, 2024 (Presidential Primary); Tuesday, August 6, 2024 (Primary); Tuesday, November 5, 2024 (General/Presidential).

Getting elected to City Council 

Citizens interested in running for city council must submit a petition signed by not less than 25, and not more than 40 registered electors in the city of Algonac. Residents can only sign the number of petitions equal to the number of offices open. For example, if there are three city council seats open, any one person can only sign up to three candidates petitions.  Candidate packets, which include petitions, are available at the City Clerk's office and need to be submitted to the city clerk by the filing deadline.  In 2024, candidate packets will be available in February, with the candidate filing deadline being TUESDAY, APRIL 23 at 4:00 p.m.

2024 Candidate Listing for City Election

There will be four (4) City Council seats up in November, 2024.  

Districts representing the City of Algonac

US Congressional District 9 - Lisa McClain (R)

Michigan State Senate District 12 - Kevin Hertel (D)

State Representative District 63 - Jay DeBoyer

St. Clair County Commissioner Dave Vandenbossche District 7

Algonac Community Schools

Court of Appeals 4th District

Circuit Court 31st District

District Court 72nd District

*District boundaries and numbers have changed effective 2022

General Information
City Clerk
Lisa Borgacz
Phone Numbers
810.794.9361 x 6
Emergencies: Dial 911
805 St. Clair River Drive

Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.