2020 Candidate Interview:  Jack Elder for Oakland Township Trustee

2020 Candidate Interview:  Jack Elder for Oakland Township Trustee

(Crystal A. Proxmire, July 7, 2020)

Oakland Township, MI – In the race for Oakland Township Trustee there are six candidates running for four spots, all of whom are running on the Republican ticket.  The top four will be selected in the Aug. 4, 2020 Primary.

Candidates are Jack Elder, Terry Gosner, Dave Mabry, Lana Mangiapane, Robert Patrician, and Andy Zale.

For Oakland Township Supervisor the candidates are both unopposed in the primary and will face off in November.  The candidates are Democrat Ralph Jessee, Jr. and Republican Dominic Abbate.

For Clerk two Republicans will face off in the Aug. 4 primary: Robin Buxar and AnnMarie Rogers.

Treasurer John Giannangeli, a Republican, is unopposed.  There are also candidates on the ballot for the Parks Commissioners seats.

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

Oakland County Times does not endorse any candidates, and advertising does not imply endorsement.   All candidates are welcome to do interviews.  For other interviews visit our Candidate Interview Page. New videos are added frequently up until Election Day, so please check back often!

Contact editor@oc115.com for more information. For a complete list of candidates and ballot issues, visit the Oakland County Clerk’s Election Page.

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