2019 Candidate Interview: Royal Oak City Commissioner Kyle DuBuc

2019 Candidate Interview: Royal Oak City Commissioner Kyle DuBuc

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 26, 2019)

Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak City Commissioner Kyle DuBuc is running for re-election on the Nov. 5, 2019 ballot.

There are six candidates for three seats with a four year term. Incumbents Kyle DuBuc, Randy LeVasseur, and Patricia Paruch are running for re-election. Tom Hallock, Pamela Lindell, and Belem Morales are also on the ballot.

For the Mayor’s seat, which is a two-year term, Mayor Michael (Mike) Fournier is running for re-election, and Stephen Miller is also on the ballot.

Check out the interview with DuBuc below:

More information:

This candidate: www.KyleDuBuc.com

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