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Elections

Published October 27, 2016

In the Talk’s coverage area, voters will decide three county commissioner races, federal and state House races, a Regional Transit Authority proposal and more Nov. 8. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, (…) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates the candidate is an incumbent.Read More

Published October 27, 2016

In the Madison-Park News’ coverage area, voters will decide on national, state, county and local races and issues Nov. 8.

Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, (...) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates that the candidate is an incumbent. Profiles do not appear for candidates running unopposed.

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Published October 27, 2016

In the Eastsider’s coverage area, voters will decide three school board races, two county commissioner races, the Regional Transit Authority assessment and an Eastpointe library millage proposal, among other races, on Nov. 8. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, (…) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates that the candidate is an incumbent.Read More

Published October 27, 2016

In the Sun’s coverage area, voters will decide a school board race and two local ballot proposals Nov. 8, along with county, state and national offices.

Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, (...) replaces the rest of the answer. The answers are printed verbatim except where material is omitted due to personal attacks or items we believe to be false or blatant misrepresentations of facts.

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Published October 26, 2016

In the Grosse Pointe Times’ coverage area, voters will choose two state representatives, a Wayne County commissioner and school board members. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, ( … ) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates that the candidate is an incumbent.Read More

Published October 26, 2016

In the Nov. 8 general election, voters in Troy will decide who will serve as U.S. and state representatives, county commissioners and more. Among the local races, five candidates are vying for two open seats on the Troy School District Board of Education. 

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Published October 26, 2016

In the Press’s coverage area, voters will decide two school board races and county races, among state and national offices, on Nov. 8.
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Published October 26, 2016

In the Chronicle’s coverage area, voters will decide one Clinton Township supervisor race, one Clinton Township treasurer race, one Clinton Township clerk race, four Clinton Township trustee races, two state representative races, three county commissioner races, school board races and ballot proposals Nov. 8. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them.Read More

Published October 26, 2016

In the Beacon’s coverage area, voters will decide the future of their township board and city councils Nov. 8. Voters will also decide two school board races and several ballot proposals. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, (...) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates that the candidate is an incumbent.Read More

Published October 26, 2016

In the Sentry’s coverage area, voters will decide, among other races, choices for Congress, the Michigan Legislature, judges, county offices, school boards and ballot proposals Nov. 8.

Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, (…) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates the candidate is an incumbent.

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Published October 26, 2016

In the Review’s coverage area Nov. 8, voters will decide the general election candidates for county, state and federal races and whether a millage renewal, millage reinstatement and Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan assessment should be adopted. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, ( … ) replaced the rest of the answer. (I) indicates the candidate is an incumbent.Read More

Published October 26, 2016

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — On Sept. 13, state Rep. Peter Lucido, R-Shelby Township, introduced legislation to allow local municipalities to opt out of the Regional Transit Authority Act, which will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot.

If approved, the RTA would add high-speed transportation to Macomb, Oakland, Wayne and Washtenaw counties. The 1.2-mill property tax assessment is set to levy approximately $3 billion over 20 years and combine with $1.7 billion in federal and state matching funds to create rapid bus and rail lines and cover operational costs.

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Published October 26, 2016

In the Post’s coverage area, voters will decide two school board races, a race for township treasurer, and two ballot proposals addressing police and safety path and trail millage renewals Nov 8.

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Published October 26, 2016

In the Chronicle’s coverage area, voters will decide who will represent them at the local, state and national levels. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, (…) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates that the candidate is an incumbent. The answers are printed verbatim except where material is omitted due to personal attacks or items we know to be false or that are blatant misrepresentations.Read More

Published October 26, 2016

FRANKLIN — As voters close in on Nov. 8, some residents of Franklin are urging people to vote “no” on some proposed changes to the village’s charter.

The objections were raised by members of the Citizens for a Responsible Franklin, an organization that consists of about 20 members of the Franklin community. The group is contesting five of the 10 proposed amendments to the Franklin village charter that will be on the Tuesday, Nov. 8, ballot.

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Published October 26, 2016

In the Shelby Utica News’ coverage area, voters will decide the Shelby Township Board of Trustees, the Utica mayor and the Utica City Council, as well as vote on a renewal of the Shelby Township fire millage and a Regional Transit Authority for southeast Michigan Nov. 8.

Voters also will establish county, state and federal officials in the general election. Questionnaires were sent only for contested races. Unopposed candidates are listed by name.

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Published October 26, 2016

In the Warren Weekly’s coverage area, voters will decide on national, state, county, and local school board races, along with a regional transit ballot proposal, on Nov. 8. Candidates were asked, in 150 words or fewer, to state the top items they wish to accomplish if elected and how they would go about accomplishing them. If a candidate went over the word limit, (…) replaces the rest of the answer. (I) indicates that the candidate is an incumbent.Read More

Published October 26, 2016

In the Journal’s coverage area, voters will decide on national, state, county and local races and issues Nov. 8.

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Published October 25, 2016

ROYAL OAK — Voters at the polls Nov. 8 will be asked whether or not they support a millage restoration proposal benefiting Royal Oak Schools.

If voters follow through to the last item on the second side of the general election ballot, they will see the proposal asking them to restore an 18-mill operating levy on non- homestead properties previously authorized and levied.

School officials said that since 1994, voters in Royal Oak have supported the nonhomestead millage renewal. It was last approved in 2013 with more than 70 percent in favor.

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Published October 25, 2016

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The Clinton Township Board of Trustees wasted little time in dealing with the aftermath of an FBI investigation into one of its own members.

At the board’s routine meeting Oct. 17, six board members — Supervisor Bob Cannon, Treasurer Bill Sowerby, Clerk Kim Meltzer and Trustees Ken Pearl, Jenifer “Joie” West and Paul Gieleghem — unanimously voted to remove Trustee Dean Reynolds from all committees, subcommittees and assignments.

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