2020 Candidate Interview:  Martin Ciurlik for White Lake Township Trustee

2020 Candidate Interview:  Martin Ciurlik for White Lake Township Trustee

(Crystal A. Proxmire, May 24, 2020)

White Lake Township, MI – In White Lake Township there are seven Republicans and one Democrat competing for four Trustee positions.

Democrat Sarah May-Seward is unopposed in the Primary.

In the Republican Primary the candidates are: Andrea Voorheis, Liz Fessler Smith, Scott Ruggles, Michael Powell, Martin Ciurlik, Peter Piccinato, and Steve Anderson.

The  primary takes place August 4, 2020.  The top vote-getters in each primary will move on to the Nov. 3, 2020 election.

Voters in White Lake Township also see Supervisor Rik Kowall unopposed.  For clerk the candidates are both Republicans – Terry Lilley and Anthony Noble.  Treasurer Mike Roman is unopposed.

Check out the Oakland County Times video interview with Ciurlik below:

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