KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- Local elections are being held around Michigan on August sixth, but only a very small handful of Kalamazoo County residents will have anything to decide. County Clerk Tim Snow says 21 residents, in fact, could vote that day.
They're all in the Saint Joseph County ISD, which includes some extreme southern parts of Kalamazoo County.
Snow says the real elections are coming up in November, when all of the Kalamazoo City Commission seats will be on the ballot. Also, there will be an election for mayor and three commissioners in Portage, and some commission seats up for grabs in Parchment. Snow says it's not too late to register to vote. The best way to do so is by going to the Secretary of State's office.