Voters in Michigan can get a customized sample ballot for the upcoming November 2006 election printed for them by going to Publius and typing in their name as it appears on their voter registration card, the name on their drivers license, or their address. For me it lists
FIFTH AVE AND HILL ST
ANN ARBOR, MI 48109
Handicap Access: Yes
Hours: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
DIEBOLD ACCU VOTE
The voter list was updated 10/03/06
and then links to a full ballot, complete with the text of proposals and with links to all of the candidates web sites.
The Michigan Voter Information Center from the State of Michigan lets you check to see if you're registered, and prints a sample ballot for you (in very small print PDF).
Vote USA has a site Vote-MI.org with sample ballots, though they don't have a name lookup and the listings don't include all local and county races.
The Gannett Michigan Voters Guide, powered by e.thePeople, has sample ballots as well as interviews with 1299 candidates in 525 races around the state.
Various cities in Michigan also have printed sample ballots for reference for their towns. Here's what I could find:
Birmingham, MI sample ballot (PDF). Small and hard to read but a faithful facsimile of the real thing.
Howell, MI sample ballot (PDF). The sample shown is for Livingston County.
Ferndale, MI sample ballot (PDF). Includes a link to the full text of a proposed human rights ordinance.
Saline, MI sample ballot. If you don't have a computer, they also post ballots at the library and city hall.
Scio Township sample ballot, from Washtenaw Votes.
Pittsfield Township sample ballot, again from Washtenaw Votes.