2020 Candidate Interview: Joseph Ferrari for Oxford Township Treasurer
(Crystal A. Proxmire, July 2, 2020)
Oxford, MI – Voters in Oxford Township have two choices for Treasurer in the Republican Primary on Aug. 4. Incumbent Joseph Ferrari will be on the ballot as will Anne Marie Roop. There are no candidates in the Democratic Primary.
In Oxford Township, Jack L. Curtis, a Republican, is unopposed for Township Supervisor. Curtis Wright, also a Republican, is unopposed for Clerk.
There are five people vying for four Trustee positions. The candidates are Rod Charles, William Dunn, Patti Durr, Jonathan Nold, and Margaret Payne.
For Oxford Township Parks Commissioner there are five candidates for five seats: Ronald Roop, Theresa Myer, Timothy Kalohn, Phil Castonia, and Austin Brantley.
Check out the Oakland County Times video interview with Ferrari below:
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