2020 Candidate Interview: Rita Irwin for Waterford Twp Treasurer

2020 Candidate Interview: Rita Irwin for Waterford Twp Treasurer

(Crystal A. Proxmire, May 4, 2020)

Waterford Twp, MI- In the race for Waterford Township Treasurer there is a primary on the Republican side, with Rita Irwin and Steve Thomas vying for the seat.

The winner of the Aug. 4, 2020 primary will face Democrat Eric Lindemier in the Nov. 3, 2020 election.

Voters in Waterford Township have a few races on the ballot.

Incumbent Waterford Township Supervisor Gary Wall, who is a Republican, will face Democratic challenger John Paul Torres in the Nov. 3, 2020 election.

For the Clerk position Democrat Justin Clarke is challenging Republican incumbent Kim Markee.

Voters can select up to four to serve as trustees.  In the Republican primary candidates are:  Nicholas Skrzypczak, Mark Monohon, Robert Matsura, Janet Matsura, Marie Hauswirth, incumbent Arthur Frasca, Murray Day, David Crow, and incumbent Anthony Bartolotta.

In the Democratic Primary the candidates are:  Matthew McClure, Jason Herr, Mary Craite, and Cynthia Atiemo.

Check out our video interview with Irwin below:

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