Blog Archives

2020 Candidate Interview: Sherry Wells for State Rep. 27th District

September 6th 2020

In the race for State Representative of the 27th District, the candidates are: Democrat Regina Weiss, Republican Elizabeth Goss, Libertarian Gregory Stempfle, and Green Party candidate Sherry Wells.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Bruce Jaquays for Commerce Twp. Supervisor

September 3rd 2020

In the race for Commerce Township Supervisor, there are three non-incumbents running:  Democrat Pamela Sue Jackson, Republican Larry Eugene Gary Jr, and Libertarian Bruce Jaquays. 

2020 Candidate Interview:  Padma Kuppa for State Rep. 41st District

July 7th 2020

State Representative Padma Kuppa, a Democrat, of the 41st District is running for reelection.  Also on the ballot is Republican Andrew Sosnoski.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Mike Kowall for Oakland County Executive

June 16th 2020

In the Republican Primary, the candidates are Mike Kowall and Jeffrey G. Nutt.

2020 Candidate Interview: Rita Irwin for Waterford Twp Treasurer

May 4th 2020

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.

2019 Candidate Interview: Julie Edgar for Oak Park City Council

October 16th 2019

Julie Edgar is running for Oak Park City Council on the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

2019 Candidate Interview: Nitin Naidu for Berkley City Council

October 8th 2019

Nitin Naidu  is running for Berkley City Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

2019 Candidate Interview: Matt Wilde for Birmingham City Commission

October 6th 2019

Birmingham, MI – Matt Wilde is running for Birmingham City Commission in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

2019 Candidate Interview: Novi City Councilperson Laura Casey

September 17th 2019

Novi City Councilperson Laura Casey is running for re-election in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

2019 Candidate Interview: Jackie Boleware, Farmington Hills City Council

August 30th 2019

Jackie Boleware is running for Farmington Hills City Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.