Metro Detroit Elections on May 7, 2013 - New York News

Metro Detroit Elections on May 7, 2013

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There's a special election on May 7, 2013 for dozens of communities around the state of Michigan.

One race getting a lot of attention is the mayoral primary in Troy.  Residents there will decide between six candidates running for one partial term as Mayor. 

Incumbent Mayor Dane Slater, who was appointed following the General Election recall of Mayor Janice Daniels, is among the candidates vying to serve the term, expiring Nov. 9, 2015.

To find out what's on the ballot in your community, log on to: https://webapps.sos.state.mi.us/mivote/SelectPublicBallot.aspx



The following is a list of metro Detroit counties holding elections on May 7.  There's also a link to an elections results page for each county.


Lenawee County
Clinton Community Schools
Madison School District
Morenci Area Schools
Onsted Community Schools
Tecumseh District Library
Whiteford Agricultural Schools

Livingston County
County Commissioner
5 th District
Dexter Community Schools
Hartland Consolidated Schools


Macomb County
Center Line Public Schools
Richmond Community Schools


Monroe County
Airport Community Schools
Ash Township
Ida Public Schools
Mason Consolidated Schools
Milan Area Schools
Monroe Public Schools
Summerfield Schools
Whiteford Agricultural Schools


Oakland County
Berkley School District
Madison District Public Schools
Troy City
West Bloomfield School District


St. Clair County
Richmond Community Schools


Washtenaw County
Chelsea School District
Clinton Community Schools
Dexter Community Schools
Dexter Village
Grass Lake Community Schools
Milan Area Schools
Plymouth Canton Comm Schools
Sharon Township


Wayne County
Airport Community Schools
Livonia Public Schools
Plymouth
Canton Comm
Schools
Rockwood City
South Redford Schools
www.waynecounty.com/clerk_elections_results.htm


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