Elections

Published September 25, 2018

TROY — The ballots for the November election went to the printer Sept. 12 without language to allow commercial medical marijuana growing facilities in Troy. 

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Published September 25, 2018

FARMINGTON HILLS — City officials don’t want Farmington Hills residents to be surprised when they see a local road millage on their ballot in November. 

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Published September 19, 2018

OAKLAND COUNTY — The November midterm election is right around the corner, and for people who fear they might not make it to the polls, there are absentee ballots.Read More

Published September 18, 2018

FARMINGTON  — In November, Farmington residents will be asked to vote on a millage proposal that would give the Farmington City Council the authority to levy up to an additional 3 mills in property taxes.

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Published September 17, 2018

LANSING — On Sept. 6, the State Board of Canvassers approved official ballot language for the recreational marijuana legalization proposal.

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Published September 14, 2018

ST. CLAIR SHORES — When clerks in several metro Detroit municipalities ran out of ballots during the August primary election, St. Clair Shores City Clerk Mary Kotowski didn’t.

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Published September 10, 2018

UTICA — Three candidates will be running unopposed for three seats in the 2018 Utica City Council election in November.

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Published September 10, 2018

UTICA — Two candidates have filed for the mayoral race in Utica and will face off in the Nov. 6 election.

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Published August 30, 2018

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MACOMB COUNTY — Service from the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation will continue in Macomb County after a request for a voter recount on the latest millage was withdrawn Aug. 29.

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Published August 27, 2018

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MACOMB COUNTY — A local group is challenging the results of the recent Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation proposal in Macomb County.

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Published August 24, 2018

WARREN — Amid claims that many of the signatures on initiatory petitions aimed at putting a mayoral term limits question on the ballot this fall were bogus, Warren’s City Council president is calling for a state investigation into possible voter fraud.

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Published August 21, 2018

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The term “gerrymandering” has been around for more than 200 years, but what exactly does it mean and how does it affect voters?

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Published August 15, 2018

OAKLAND COUNTY — Cities across Oakland County saw some of their highest turnouts ever for an August primary election, with several Woodward Talk cities hitting a turnout of over 40 percent.Read More

Published August 15, 2018

OAKLAND COUNTY — A larger-than-expected turnout during the Aug. 7 primary election led to Berkley and Ferndale running out of ballots. Precincts in both Ferndale and Berkley had periods where they had run out of ballots provided to them by Oakland County on election day.Read More

Published August 14, 2018

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — After easy victories during the Aug. 7 primary election, Republican Bill Schuette and Democrat Gretchen Whitmer will compete in November to be the next governor of Michigan.Read More

Published August 14, 2018

ROYAL OAK/CLAWSON — In the Royal Oak Review’s coverage area, voters had the opportunity to vote for candidates in 10 races during the Aug. 7 primary election.

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Published August 14, 2018

GROSSE POINTE CITY/GROSSE POINTE SHORES — The Macomb County portion of Grosse Pointe Shores is tiny — it’s only about two streets, along with a few homes on Lake Shore Road. But during a primary election that shattered statewide records, the Macomb portion of the Shores was especially mighty.

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Published August 14, 2018

GROSSE POINTE FARMS — A line of voters snaked all the way out of a classroom door at Grosse Pointe South High School to cast their ballots, but this wasn’t a presidential election — it was the Aug. 7 primary.

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Published August 14, 2018

GROSSE POINTE PARK — High winds toppled trees and power lines in Grosse Pointe Park Aug. 6, leaving some polling locations without electricity for at least part of the primary election Aug. 7, but that didn’t keep election workers — or voters — from participating in the electoral process.

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Published August 13, 2018

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Clinton Township officials are contemplating the next possible steps in regard to local road reconstruction after a ballot proposal failed Aug. 7.

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