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2020 Candidate Interview: Robert Wittenberg for Oakland County Treasurer

July 11th 2020

There are two Republicans and two Democrats running in the Aug. 4, 2020 primary.

2020 Candidate Interview: Joe Kent for Oakland County Treasurer

July 11th 2020

There are two Republicans and two Democrats running in the Aug. 4, 2020 primary.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Robert Corbett, Jr. for Oakland County Treasurer

July 11th 2020

There are two Republicans and two Democrats running in the Aug. 4, 2020 primary.

2020 Candidate Interview: Lin Goetz for Oakland Co. Prosecutor

July 11th 2020

The winner of the primary will then face Lin Goetz who is unopposed in the Republican Primary.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Clarence Dass for 6th Circuit Court Judge

July 10th 2020

In the race for 6th Circuit Court Judge there are three candidates on the ballot plus one write-in, with no incumbents. 

2020 Candidate Interviews ~ Aug. 4 Primary ~ More Added Daily

July 10th 2020

Each year Oakland County Times gives candidates for any office voted on in Oakland County the opportunity to do a video interview. We post new videos as we can right up until the election. So please check back often and be patient.

Governor Clarifies Mask Requirements with Executive Order and $500 Fines

July 10th 2020

Governor Whitmer signed this executive order in response to rising COVID-19 cases in Michigan and across the country. 

Oakland County Hosting COVID-Prevention Art and Video Contests for Kids and Adults

July 9th 2020

Artists may submit a video or 2-D artwork showcasing COVID-19 safety by wearing a facial mask or practicing social distancing

2020 Candidate Interview: Patrick Wilson for Oakland County Clerk and Register of Deeds

July 7th 2020

On the Republican side voters will chose between Tina Barton and Patrick Wilson.

Rent, Mortgage and Utility Relief Grants Available for Oakland County Residents

July 6th 2020

The county Board of Commissioners approved a $5 million allocation from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act last week to fund the program. An additional $3.1 million comes from the federal community development block grants.