2020 Candidate Interview: Michaela Bishop for Springfield Twp Clerk
(Crystal A. Proxmire, May 24, 2020)
Springfield Township, MI – With an open seat for the Springfield Township Clerk’s office, there are two candidates running for the position.
Sean Miller and Michaela Bishop are competing in the Aug. 4, 2020 Republican Primary. There are no Democrats on the ballot.
Also in Springfield Township, With the retirement of longtime Supervisor Collin Walls, there are three candidates vying for the Springfield Township Supervisor position.
The decision will be made in the August 4 primary election, as all three candidates are running on the Republican ticket.
The candidates for Springfield Township Supervisor are Laura Moreau, Kevin Sclesky, and David Smith.
Jamie L. Dubre is unopposed for Treasurer.
There are seven candidates on the ballot to fill seven seats as Park Commissioners. Democrats E. Roger Bower and Anne Loncar are listed in the Democratic Primary, as are Republicans Diane Baker, Dennis Omell, Richard Parke, Angela Spicer, and Jean Vallad.
Check out the Oakland County Times video interview with Bishop below:
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