I've moved, where do I vote? If you've recently moved into the city limits from a township, etc you must be sure to fill out a registration form for your new precinct. You will receive a new voter registration card by mail. If you are not able to do this at least 30 days before the election date, you must vote in your old precinct. If you have moved within the City, you can simply call the City Clerk with your address change information and your file will be updated. A new voter registration card will be sent to you. Remember, when you change your driver's license at the Secretary of State's Office, you can change your voter registration as well! Where can I register to vote? You can register to vote anytime at the City Clerk's office, County Clerk's Office, any Secretary of State branch office. I have registered to vote in the City. Why can't I vote? You must be registered at least 30 days prior to that election.