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Voter Guides

VOTER GUIDES for the November 6, 2018 General Election will be available around October 1, 2018.

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PRINTED Voter Guides will be delivered to municipal offices and public libraries around the week of October 1, 2018.

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There are 3 sections on the ballot in this election:


Michigan Governor

Michigan Secretary of State

Michigan Attorney General

U. S. Senator

U. S. Representative

     8     9     11     14

State Senator

     11     12     13     14     15

State Representative

     26     27     29     35     37     38     39
     40     41     43     44     45     46     51

State Board of Education - 2 seats

University of Michigan Board of Regents - 2 seats

Michigan State University Board of Trustees - 2 seats

Wayne State University Board of Governors - 2 seats

Oakland County Commissioner

     1      2      3      4      5
     6      7      8      9      10
     11    12    13    14    15
     16    17    18    19    20

Township Offices in Oakland County:



Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court

Judge of the Court of Appeals, 2nd District

Judge of the Oakland County Circuit Court (6th Circuit)

Judge of the Oakland County Probate Court

District Court Judges in Oakland County:

     #35 - Includes City of Northville and portions of Wayne County
     #43 - Includes Cities of Ferndale, Hazel Park & Madison Hts.
     #44 - Includes City of Royal Oak
     #46 - Includes Cities of Lathrup Village & Southfield; Southfield Twp; Villages of Beverly Hills, Bingham Farm & Franklin
     #48 - Includes Cities of Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake & Sylvan Lake; Bloomfield Twp & West Bloomfield Twp
     #50 - Includes City of Pontiac
     #51 - Includes Waterford Twp.
     #52-1 - (2 seats) Includes Cities of Novi, South Lyon, Walled Lake & Wixom; Townships of Commerce, Highland, Lyon, Milford & Novi; Villages of Milford & Wolverine Lake
     #52-3 - Includes Auburn Hills, Lake Angelus, Rochester, & Rochester Hills; Townships of Addison, Oakland, Orion & Oxford; Villages of Lake Orion, Leonard & Oxford
     #52-4 - Includes Cities of Clawson & Troy
     In addition to Voter Guides, candidate responses to a 29-question Judicial Questionnaire<judges.html> (developed in partnership with the Oakland County Bar Association and Detroit Free Press) are available.

Oakland Community College - 2 Trustee seats

City Offices in Oakland County:

Keego Harbor
Orchard Lake Village
Sylvan Lake

Village Offices in Oakland County:

Beverly Hills
Bingham Farms
Lake Orion
Wolverine Lake

Library Boards in Oakland County

         Bloomfield Township
         Brandon Township
         Ferndale Area District Library
         Hazel Park District Library
         Holly Township
         Lyon Township
         Oakland Township
         Salem South Lyon District Library
         Springfield Township
         White Lake Township

School Boards in Oakland County

Berkley School District
Birmingham Public Schools
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Brandon School District
Clarkston Community Schools
Clawson Public Schools
Farmington Public Schools
Fenton Area Public Schools
Ferndale Public Schools
School District of the City of Hazel Park
Holly Area School District
Huron Valley Schools
Lake Orion Community Schools
The Lamphere Schools
Madison District Public Schools
Novi Community School District
School District of the City of Oak Park
Oxford Community Schools
School District of the City of Pontiac
Rochester Community School District
Romeo Community Schools
Royal Oak Schools
South Lyon Community Schools
Southfield Public Schools
Walled Lake Consolidated School district
Waterford School District
West Bloomfield School District


State Proposals


City Proposals

Farmington Hills
Huntington Woods
Royal Oak
Sylvan Lake
Walled Lake

Township Proposals

White Lake

Village Proposals

Bingham Farms
Wolverine Lake

School Proposals

Brandon School District
Holly Area School District
Lake Orion Community Schools

About LWVOA Voter Guides

The League of Women Voters provides non-partisan information about candidates and proposals. Each candidate is given an opportunity to provide biographical information and to answer a number of questions on issues important to the office being sought.

Candidate responses are included as submitted and have not been edited, except for necessary cutting when replies exceeded the stated word limitations. If the candidate did not reply by the required date for inclusion, the words "Did not reply in time for inclusion" appear after the candidate's name. When a candidate exceeded the word limit, the answer is ended with an ellipsis (....).

The inclusion of these statements and opinions of candidates is solely in the interest of public service and in no way is to be construed as an endorsement by the League of Women Voters. The League takes no responsibility for any of the views or facts stated by the candidates.

Proposals on the ballot also appear in the Voter Guides where appropriate.

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