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Many seats unopposed in township elections
Four are seeking the vacant two seats as Trustees on the board: Democrats Robert Buckley and Michael Haley, Republican Kim Kennicott and NPA John Scherrer. Lincoln Township – no challenges. Supervisor Dennis Zimmerman (R), Clerk Carol Majewski
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Many seats unopposed in township elections By Pat Maurer. At the township level several seats are up for grabs in next Tuesday’s General Election, while many other are uncontested. Arthur Township – one race. Three are running for two four year terms on the Arthur Township Board: Clare Republicans Lamar Gunden and Erma Kleinhardt and Gladwin Democrat Dennis Carbeno. Supervisor Lee Schunk (R), Clerk Julie Walker (R) and Treasurer Lindsay Brackrog (R) are unopposed. Supervisor Edward Erskine (R, Clerk Diane Blackburn (R and Treasurer Sandy Scherrer (R). and two Trustees: Jacqueline Ecklin (R) Therese R. Haley (D) are all unopposed on the ballot. Freeman Township Incumbent Supervisor Alan Housler is facing a challenge Tuesday from Lori Lightfoot (D). Three are vising for two four year terms as Trustees: Democratic Incumbents Sandra Sable and Richard Wells are up against challenger... Clerk Julie Lightfoot (D), and Treasurer Janet Lackie (D) are unopposed. Frost Township – one race. Supervisor Marion Coon (D), Clerk Emerson Davis (R) and Treasurer Virginia Hogan (D) are unopposed Tuesday, but there is a challenge for one of two Trustee seats on the board. Incumbents Democrat Harold E. Becker will face two Republicans Norman Couture and Mike Sporer in the election. Supervisor David Lee Byl (R), Clerk Joan E. Farwell (R), and Treasurer Robin Yarhouse (R) are unopposed as are Trustees Mark Irwin (R) and Lisa K. Roland (R). Grant Township – no challenges. Supervisor Dan Dysinger, Jr. (R), Clerk Susan Wentworth (R) and Treasurer Tammy Shea (R) as well as Trustees Margery Bell (R) and Richard Zinser (R), will all keep their seats on the board for four more years. Greenwood Township – one race. Incumbent Supervisor Lester Vida (D) will face a challenge for re-election from Jess McClaughry (R), but all other seats on the board are unopposed: Clerk Linda Bailow (D), Treasurer David Lawrence (R), Trustee James Korman (R) and Trustee Barbara... Hamilton Township – no challenges. Former Trustee David Wright (R) will be Supervisor, Finette LaBoda (D) will remain Clerk, Mickie Duby (D) will claim the Treasurer’s seat and Trustees will be Michael Conway (R) and Mike Iutzi (R). Hatton Township – no challenges. Keeping their seats will be: Supervisor William Hileman, Clerk Jessica Evans and Treasurer Patricia Shull (all Republicans and Trustees David Farrell (R) and William Guiette (D). Hayes Township – two races. Clerk Nancy Austin (D) will face a challenge from Debra Hoyt (NPA) Tuesday. Supervisor Terry Acton (R) and Treasurer Maye Tessner-Rood (NPA) are unopposed. Four are seeking the vacant two seats as Trustees on the board: Democrats Robert Buckley and Michael Haley, Republican Kim Kennicott and NPA John Scherrer. Supervisor Dennis Zimmerman (R), Clerk Carol Majewski (D) and Treasurer Maggie Carey (D) as well as Democratic Trustees Jerry Bridges and Mike Tobin will all keep their seats for the next four years. Redding Township – one race. Supervisor Thomas Krchmar (R) will face a challenge for his seat from Marianne Borgula (D) on Tuesday. All other seats on the board are unopposed: Clerk Tamara Galloway (D), Treasurer Sandra Gruber (R) and Republican Trustees Marlene McGlashen (Incumbent) and Nancy Scarbrough. Supervisor William Strouse (R), Clerk Leane Strouse (R), Treasurer Jennifer Magnus (R) and Republican Trustees James Eberhart and James Warner have no opposition in Tuesday’s election. Summerfield Township – one race. Republican Carey Harris will face Democrat Penny McGlaughlin for Supervisor. Clerk Aloma Joslin (R) and Treasurer Sherrie Cox (NPA) will keep their seats. Both NPA Candidates, Glenn Alexander and Michael Romatz are unopposed to fill the Trustee seats on the board. Surrey Township – one race. Supervisor Russ Hamilton (D), Clerk Glenna Bradbury (D) and Treasurer Esther Pitchford (R) are unopposed Tuesday but three are running for the two Trustee seats: Incumbent Carol Dixon (D), and newcomer Republicans Kevin McDevitt and Kenneth... The three candidates for the Surrey Township Library Board are assured they will win Tuesday since there are six seats on the board open. Winterfield Township – one race. Clerk Kathryn Decker (D) is facing a challenge for her seat from.
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