(AREA) -- Secretary of State Ruth Johnson reminds residents that all SUPER!Centers, as well as select PLUS and traditional offices, will remain open on Election Day for customers. Most state government offices will be closed on Tuesday, November 6, because of a 2004 agreement with labor unions made by the administration of then Governor Jennifer Granholm. The agreement made Election Day a state employee holiday; however, Johnson is keeping several offices open with minimal staffing. Locally, the St. Clair County and Lapeer County PLUS officers will be open.
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson says that late fees for licenses and registrations expiring November 6 will be waived if customers renew the next day. She also reminded customers that many transactions, such as vehicle plate tab and driver's license renewals, now can be completed online at www.ExpressSOS.com
In addition, many offices contain Self-Service Stations for quick processing of license plate tab renewals. Many of those offices will be closed on Election Day, but their Self-Service Stations that normally are available 24-hours a day will be available to serve customers. The St. Clair County, Tuscola County and Sanilac County PLUS offices will have 24-hour self-service stations open.