2020 Candidate Interview: George Kullis for Holly Township Supervisor
(Crystal A. Proxmire, July 12 2020)
Holly Township, MI – In the Holly Township Supervisor race, incumbent George Kullis, a Republican, will face Democrat Sherlynn Everly in the Nov. 3 election. Both are unopposed in the Primary.
The Primary takes place Aug. 4, 2020
In the Clerk race, incumbent Karin Winchester is on the Republican Primary ballot as Katy Golden. There are no Democrats in the primary.
In the race for Holly Township Treasurer, there are only candidates in the Republican Primary, with incumbent Township Treasurer Mark Freeman on the ballot, as well as challengers David Cruickshank and Richard Kinnamon.
For Trustee Robert Mask is the only candidate in the Democratic Primary. In the Republican Primary candidates are Derek Burton, Patrick Feeney, Steve Ruth, and Tim Terpening.
There are also 7 seats available on the Parks Commission, and only five candidates. The candidates are Democrats Courtney Coster, Donna McBride, and Karrigan Roche, as well as Republicans Joe Hutchins and Kathleen Kendall Martin.
Check out our video interview with Kullis below:
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Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. For a complete list of candidates and ballot issues, visit the Oakland County Clerk’s Election Page.
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