Candidate Interview: Robert J. Corbett Jr, Madison Heights Council (video)

BoysGirls_trait_01Candidate Interview: RobertNewWay_Jazz_Tuesdays J. Corbett Jr, Madison Heights Council (video)

(C. Proxmire, October 7, 2015)

With a degree in economics from the University of Detroit Mercy, 40 years’ experience in Real Estate, and 16 years’ experience on City Council, Robert J. Corbett is confident Madison Heights voters will re-elect him on Nov. 3, 2015. Adding to that confidence is that he is unopposed.

There are three incumbents running for three council seats: Corbett, Bob Gettings and ctechadMargene Scott.

Though the council members are unopposed, there is a contest for the Mayor’s seat, with longtime Mayor Edward Swanson being challenged by Brian Hartwell, who had been serving on City Council until resigning to run.

Councilperson Corbett said he is running again to maintain stable leadership in the city. In his interview with oc115, he talked about economics, a domestic violence ordinance, signage, code enforcement, SOCRRA, the great flood of 2014 and more.

Check out his interview below:

Also check out our Elections Section.

All candidates are invited to do an interview. Below are links or updates for the other candidates:chazzano game ad

Robert J. Corbett Jr (click here for link)

Bob Gettings (check back for update)

Margene Ann Scott (check back for update)


Edward Swanson (check back for update)

Brian Hartwell (click here for link)

Please note that the oc115 does not endorse any political candidates. Nor are statements made by candidates in this video series fact-checked. This series is an attempt at introducing oc115 readers to as many candidates in Oakland County as possible and we are doing our best to make sure that each candidate has an opportunity.


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