Detroit News Letter: Conducting elections preserves their integrity

​Re: The Detroit News April 19 editorial, “Preserve integrity, safety of the vote”: In less than two weeks voters will cast ballots in some 200 communities across Michigan, including within the two counties we serve. It is understandable that in these uncertain times some have called for forgoing the election…

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MD: Macomb County Clerk operating ‘Virtual Office’ for transactions

Macomb County residents have been able to continue to receive records services from the county through the “Virtual Clerk’s Office” during the COVID-19 pandemic, Clerk Fred Miller reminded Thursday. Miller said he has been able to keep many essential county Clerk services available while also ensuring the office’s employees —…

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MD: Macomb County clerk touts accomplishments… in 2019 report

Macomb County Clerk Fred Miller says “much-needed stability” and “normalcy” returned last year during his first full year in office. Miller, who began serving in November 2018, cites many accomplishments in his recently issued annual report of the county Clerk and Register of Deeds. Miller doesn’t mention former clerk Karen…

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MD: Macomb County clerk unites couples on Valentines Day

Love was in the air at the Macomb County Clerk’s Office on Valentines Day Friday. Clerk Fred Miller performed 12 wedding ceremonies without any officiant fees and provided each couple with a complimentary certified copy of their marriage license, which is needed for name-change purposes. Prospective couples first filed their…

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MD: Future Macomb County ‘I Voted!’ stickers to feature student design

By Nicole Tuttle For MediaNews Group Macomb County students not old enough to vote can make an impact on future elections through their artwork.​The Macomb County Clerk/Register of Deeds office is inviting students in grades K-12 countywide to participate in the inaugural Macomb County “I Voted!” sticker design contest.  “The…

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mlive.com: Absentee ballots to arrive in special envelopes for Michigan March primary

By Malachi Barrett | mbarret1@mlive.com Local clerks are advising people who request an absentee ballot for the March 10 presidential primary not to be surprised by the special envelope ballots arrive in. Envelopes containing absentee ballots have a specially designed blue and white look, while return envelopes have a green and…

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MD: Macomb County presidential primary absentee ballots have new look

By Jameson Cook Macomb County Clerk Fred Miller wants to make sure voters are aware of the new-look envelopes containing absentee ballots for the upcoming presidential primary. Voters on March 10 will select the Republican and Democratic nominees for president, and in Macomb County also will cast ballots on two…

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Macomb County Clerk & Register of Deeds Introduces “Senior Advocacy” Services

Macomb County Clerk & Register of Deeds Fred Miller has introduced a “Senior Advocacy” program to help Macomb County senior citizens navigate through Clerk’s Office services and find other resources dedicated to area seniors. The Clerk’s “Senior Hotline” was unveiled at the recent Healthy Living Expo, hosted by the Sterling…

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