- Proposal Language Deadline: February 8, 2022
- Filing Requirements * ; Affidavit of Identity and Receipt of Filing; Precinct Delegate Affidavit of Identity
Filing Deadlines for political party candidates: 4/19/22, 4:00p; Write-in deadline: 7/22/22, 4:00p
Filing Deadlines for precinct delegate candidates: 5/03/22, 4:00p; Write-in deadline: 7/29/22, 4:00p
- Candidates who have filed:
- Proposal Language Deadline: May 10, 2022
- Filing Requirements * ; Affidavit of Identity and Receipt of Filing
Filing Deadlines for candidates without party affiliation: 7/21/22, 4:00p; Write-in deadline: 10/28/22, 4:00p
Democratic and Republican Party Fall State Conventions must commence on or before 9/09/22.
- Proposal Language Deadline: August 16, 2022
* Redistricting Information: (Follow the progress of the Commission’s work at www.MichiganRedistricting.org.)
District boundaries for the August 2, 2022 primary and November 8, 2022 general election are expected to be drawn in late 2021.
These boundaries will determine whether candidates are required to file with the Secretary of State or County Clerk and are used to identify the population of registered voters eligible to sign candidates’ nominating or qualifying petitions. Candidates intending
to file for Congress, Michigan Senate or House of Representatives must include the correct district number on the Affidavit of Identity and petition heading to qualify for the ballot (among other requirements).
Filings do not automatically transfer to the new district after boundaries are redrawn. It is the candidate’s responsibility to know which district he or she seeks to represent and to take all necessary steps to ensure all filing materials include the correct district number. The candidate’s filing in the old District will be disqualified (unless withdrawn) and filing fee paid (if any) will not be refunded.