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Voter Guides

Voter Guides

You have options for finding nonpartisan information about the candidates running for all offices in your city.

Vote411 Use the interactive voter guides at Vote411 to see the races on your ballot, compare candidates' positions side-by-side, and print out a "ballot" indicating your preferences as a reminder and take it with you to the polls on Election Day.

OR select a Voter Guide by city below.

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   Auburn Hills - City Council & Library Board
   Berkley - Mayor & City Council
   Birmingham - City Commission & Library Board
   Bloomfield Hills - City Commission
   Village of Clarkston - City Council
   Clawson - Mayor, City Council & 1 City Proposal
   Farmington - City Council
   Farmington Hills - Mayor & City Council
   Ferndale - Mayor & City Council
   Hazel Park - Mayor & City Council
   Huntington Woods - City Commission
   Keego Harbor - City Council & 2 City Proposals
   Lake Angelus - City Council
   Lathrup Village - City Council & 1 City Proposal
   Madison Heights - Mayor & City Council
   Novi - Mayor & City Council
   Oak Park - Mayor & City Council
   Orchard Lake Village - City Council
   Pleasant Ridge - Mayor, City Commission & 1 City Proposal
   Pontiac - Mayor, City Council Districts & Library Board
   Rochester - City Council
   Rochester Hills - City Council & Library Board
   Royal Oak - Mayor, City Commission & 2 Proposals
   South Lyon - Mayor & City Council
   Southfield - Mayor, Clerk, Treasurer & City Council
   Troy - City Council, 1 city proposal & 1 school proposal
   Walled Lake - Mayor & City Council
   Wixom - Mayor, City Council & Library Board



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.

For Help Viewing the Voter Guides

Viewing these Voter Guides requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. If it is not installed on your computer, you can obtain a copy at no charge by going to the Adobe website and following their instructions to download the Adobe file to your own computer. Once you have downloaded the Adobe file to your computer, you must execute the Adobe file by double clicking on it in order to complete the installation of Adobe Acrobat Reader.

If you already have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer but the Voter Guide it displays appears to be a blank page, just scroll down the Voter Guide page to find the relevant information. In some of the Voter Guides, the information is centered vertically on the page and may not be visible with small browser windows.