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Berkley, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Pleasant Ridge.

Voters to decide three primary elections, three proposals Aug. 5

In the Woodward Talk’s coverage area, voters will vote on two state Senate races, one state representative race and three ballot proposals during the Aug. 5 primary election. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or ...Read More

  • Marijuana decriminalization petition makes way to Berkley, Huntington Woods
  • Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham.

    Voters to choose congressional, Senate candidates and decide local millage proposals

    Readers in the Eagle’s coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races.Voters will also decide on a transportation millage, several millage proposals for Bloomfield Township ...Read More

    Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, Franklin.

    Voters to choose congressional, Senate candidates and decide local millage proposals

    Readers in the Eagle’s coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races.Voters will also decide on a transportation millage, several millage proposals for Bloomfield Township ...Read More

    Center Line, Warren.

    Warren, Center Line voters to decide local races, proposals

    Readers in the Warren Weekly’s coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including Macomb County Board of Commissioners District 1 and the Michigan House of ...Read More

    Clawson.

    Voters to decide on bond for park repairs

    CLAWSON — Citing cost savings and a renewed relationship with the school district, city officials advocating for the passage of the $3.8 million park-improvement bond on the Aug. 5 ballot say that now is the time for ...Read More

  • Royal Oak, Clawson to decide on county, statewide proposals
  • Candidates for district court judge square off
  • Clinton Township, Harrison Township, Mount Clemens.

    Voters decide library millages, millage increases

    Readers in the Journal’s coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including a library millage in Harrison Township, a millage increase in Mount Clemens, a ...Read More

    Detroit, Harper Woods.

    Voters to narrow down field of candidates

    Voters in Harper Woods will be heading to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including a new 14th Congressional District seat, the Michigan House and Senate, and Wayne County Commission races. ...Read More

    Eastpointe, Roseville.

    Millage renewals and funding on the line in primary election

    ROSEVILLE/EASTPOINTE — Local municipalities are hoping proposals pass in the upcoming primary election Aug. 5, lest their finances falter.Voters in Roseville and Eastpointe have two shared proposals to decide. The ...Read More

  • Voters to settle primaries, decide on funding proposals
  • Farmington, Farmington Hills.

    Voters decide on transportation tax, primary candidates Aug. 5

    In the Press’s coverage area, voters will decide primary candidates, including 37th District state representative, as well as a transportation millage and a state tax proposal in the Aug. 5 primary elections.Following ...Read More

    Fraser.

    Voters decide state legislature, commissioner and millage issue

    Readers in the Chronicle’s coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including state representative and county commissioner, as well as to decide on a library millage. ...Read More

    Grosse Pointe City.

    City to hold forum on road millage

    GROSSE POINTE CITY — On Aug. 5, Grosse Pointe City is asking voters to support a new local road improvement millage for 2.5 mills over the next 15 years, starting in 2015, to be dedicated exclusively to fixing ...Read More

    Grosse Pointe Woods.

    Woods seeks road bond proposal

    Woods seeks road bond proposalGROSSE POINTE WOODS — The roads are a hot topic in Grosse Pointe Woods because there are some that are literally crumbling away with a budget crunch that has left road maintenance on the back burner for several ...Read More

    Grosse Pointes.

    Primary features local races and millages

    Voters in the Pointes will be heading to the polls on Tuesday, Aug. 5, to vote for primary candidates in several races, including a new 14th Congressional District seat, the Michigan House and Senate, and Wayne County ...Read More

    Harper Woods.

    Nonhomestead millage renewal on ballot

    HARPER WOODS — The Harper Woods Schools has a key millage renewal on the Aug. 5 ballot, and school officials want to get the word out that this is not a new tax.“It is important that voters are aware that this ...Read More

  • Voters to narrow field in 32-A District Court race
  • Hazel Park, Madison Heights.

    Madison-Park News voters to decide on candidates, marijuana and school millage

    Readers in the the Madison Park News’ coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including state senator in districts 11 and 13, as well as to decide on a transportation ...Read More

    Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake, Sylvan Lake, West Bloomfield.

    Voters weigh in on congressional races, SMART millage

    Voters in the Beacon’s coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including the state Senate District 15 and state House of Representatives districts 29 and 39, as well ...Read More

    Lathrup Village, Southfield.

    Voters head to the polls to voice opinion on millages, candidates

    Readers in the Sun's coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including U.S House of Representatives District 14, and a countywide public transportation tax proposal. ...Read More

    Macomb Township.

    Macomb Township voters head to polls for primary

    For the Macomb Township Chronicle’s 2014 primary election guide, we have provided the exact language for important local, regional and statewide proposals — such as the SMART millage increase and Macomb ...Read More

    Metro Detroit.

    Proposal 1 aims to replace potential loss of revenue for municipalities

    METRO DETROIT — Alongside Democratic and Republican challengers for the November election, voters will decide the fate of a statewide proposal Aug. 5 to compensate local governments for the potential loss of personal ...Read More

    Oakland County.

    Candidates for 13th state Senate district face off

    OAKLAND COUNTY — Some of the seven candidates vying for the seat of term-limited state Sen. John Pappageorge, R-Troy, touted lawmaking experience as others urged voters to send a fresh face to represent the 13th ...Read More

    Oakland Township, Rochester, Rochester Hills.

    Voters to decide local races, millages in August Primary

    ROCHESTER/ROCHESTER HILLS/OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — Readers in the Post’s coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including District 45 and 46 state representative, as ...Read More

    Pleasant Ridge.

    Pleasant Ridge millage language approved for November ballot

    PLEASANT RIDGE — The Pleasant Ridge City Commission approved July 8 language to be placed on the ballot in November that would ask residents to vote on a general operating millage and a parks improvement millage.The ...Read More

    Roseville.

    Officials prepare for primary and general elections

    ROSEVILLE — While midterm primary elections may not get the attention of the general election, or even presidential ones, there is still a lot of planning and work that needs to go into them to make sure they go off ...Read More

    Royal Oak.

    For primary only, voters in precincts12, 18 change polling site

    ROYAL OAK — With Churchill Community Education Center undergoing construction this summer, voters in precincts 12 and 18 will have a temporary location change for the Aug. 5 primary election.According to the city ...Read More

  • Commission places road millage on ballot
  • Shelby Township, Utica.

    Shelby Township, Utica voters to decide state reps, county executive, two proposals

    In the Shelby-Utica News’ coverage area, voters will decide two state representative races, the county executive race and two ballot proposals on Aug. 5. Profiles were sent only to candidates in races that are being ...Read More

    St. Clair Shores.

    South Lake officials review bond proposal

    ST. CLAIR SHORES — On Aug. 5, local voters will decide who will move on to the November general election and also, in some cases, whether they want to pay more to improve the schools in their neighborhood.The biggest ...Read More

  • Voters decide state, county races and bond issue
  • Sterling Heights.

    Voters to nominate candidates for county, state primaries

    Readers in the Sentry’s coverage area will head to the polls Aug. 5 to vote for primary candidates in several races, including races for county executive, the Macomb County Board of Commissioners, the Michigan House of ...Read More

    Troy.

    Voters decide local judge, county tax proposal

    Troy voters will go to the polls Aug. 5 to decide who will run for the state Senate’s 13th District and U.S and House’s 11th District in November. Voters will also decide who will serve as judge for the 52-4 ...Read More