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2019 Candidate Interview: Amanda H. Keighley for Rochester City Council

2019 Candidate Interview: Amanda H. Keighley for Rochester City Council

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 22, 2019)

Rochester, MI –Amanda H. Keighley is running for Rochester City Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

There are four seats available. The top three vote-getters will have four year terms, and the fourth highest will have a two year term.

The candidates are Mark J. Albrecht, Jeremiah Glembocki, Douglas Gould, Amanda H. Keighley, Ann Peterson, Steven Sage, and Laura D. Traylor.

Check out the interview with Keighley below:

More information:

This candidate: Amanda for Rochester City Council Facebook Page

Oakland County Clerk

Michigan Secretary of State

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