Elections

Published July 24, 2018

In the Aug. 7 primary election, voters across the Eagle’s coverage area will select candidates vying for seats in the U.S. Senate, the state House of Representatives and the Oakland County Commission. Nine candidates are also seeking their party’s nomination for governor of Michigan.

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Published July 23, 2018

In the Advertiser Times’ coverage area, voters will choose candidates who will face off in the November general election for offices including governor and senator.

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Published July 20, 2018

In the Journal’s coverage area, voters will decide multiple races and two ballot proposals Aug. 7. Candidates were asked, in 75 words or fewer, to state their top goals if elected.

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Published July 19, 2018

HARPER WOODS — Eight candidates in the primary races for the office of state representative in District 1 and District 2 gathered at the Wayne County Community College Mary Ellen Stempfle Center in Harper Woods July 18 to participate in a candidate forum.

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Published July 19, 2018

In the Beacon’s coverage area, voters will make their picks for governor and state and national offices, as well as county commission and a Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation tax.

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Published July 18, 2018

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — On July 5, the Michigan Taxpayers Alliance announced it had filed a campaign finance complaint with the Michigan Secretary of State, alleging illegal use of taxpayer resources via township buildings and computers for political campaign activities. 

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Published July 10, 2018

ROYAL OAK — In a 5-2 vote June 25, the Royal Oak City Commission approved placing a millage to fund its sidewalk program on the Nov. 6 ballot.

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Published July 10, 2018

GROSSE POINTE PARK — Although the current five-year, 1.75-mill levy in Grosse Pointe Park for roadwork doesn’t expire until the end of the year, voters in November will be asked to approve a new, smaller millage also aimed at tackling deteriorating roads.

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Published July 9, 2018

BEVERLY HILLS — On Aug. 7, the residents of Beverly Hills will decide whether to increase the remuneration for Village Council members from $10 per meeting to $100 per meeting.

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Published July 2, 2018

ROYAL OAK — On June 25, the Royal Oak City Commission voted 5-2 to place a millage on the Nov. 6 ballot to fund a Royal Oak transit system called “ROGO.” The proposed five-year, 1.Read More

Published June 26, 2018

OAKLAND TOWNSHIP — Since 2001, the township has used voter-approved land preservation millage funds to purchase and protect 444 acres of green space.

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Published June 26, 2018

BERKLEY — Two ballot proposals to fund projects in Berkley have been approved by the City Council to be on the November ballot.Read More

Published June 19, 2018

LANSING — A state representative introduced a bill that would require that the sale of city-owned land over 5 acres be put to a vote of the people. 

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Published June 19, 2018

GROSSE POINTES — On Nov. 6, taxpayers in the Grosse Pointe Public School System will be asked to vote on a $111,040,000 bond referendum that, if passed, will provide a number of updates — including building enhancements and technology upgrades — throughout the district.

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Published June 8, 2018

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Three of the four candidates running on the Republican ticket to become the next governor of Michigan vow to work to keep the state’s economy strong, eliminate Common Core in the classrooms and solve the state’s road issues if elected Nov. 6.

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Published May 9, 2018

ROSEVILLE/EASTPOINTE — The polls had a slow morning in Roseville and Eastpointe May 8, with less than 30 people having voted at some precincts more than two hours after the polls had opened.

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Published May 9, 2018

WARREN — A difference of just three votes appears to have sunk the Van Dyke Public Schools sinking fund proposal.

 

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Published May 9, 2018

LANSING — Recreational marijuana could be legalized in Michigan later this year.

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Published May 9, 2018

MACOMB COUNTY — On May 8, Macomb County voters approved an operating millage proposal for Macomb Community College, which will renew the college’s millage for 20 years and restore it to the rate previously approved by voters.

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Published May 8, 2018

Voters within the Southfield Public School District decided to approve a sinking fund tax for school buildings, technology and security upgrades May 8. According to the unofficial results from the Oakland County Elections Division, voters approved the millage with 57.

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