2020 Candidate Interview: Dianne Scheib-Snider for Rose Township Supervisor

2020 Candidate Interview: Dianne Scheib-Snider for Rose Township Supervisor

(Crystal A. Proxmire, July 13, 2020)

Rose Township, MI – In Rose Township, current Supervisor Dianne Scheib-Snider being challenged by Linda Dagenhardt on the Aug. 4, 2020 Republican Primary Ballot. There are no Democrats running.

Also in Rose Township, candidates for Clerk are incumbent Debbbie Miller as well as Linda Stouffer.

For Treasurer the candidates are Tim Cole, Paul Gambka, and Jill Stern.

There are six people running for two Trustee positions. The candidates are Tim Claus, Ron Mann, Glen Noble, Frazier Wadenstorer, Patricia Walls, and Linda Watson-Call.

All the candidates are Republicans. The primary takes place Aug. 4 and election day is Nov. 3.

Check out the Oakland County Times video interview with Dianne Scheib-Snider below:

Oakland County Times does not endorse any candidates, and advertising does not imply endorsement. All candidates are welcome to do interviews. For other interviews visit our Candidate Interview Page. New videos are added frequently up until Election Day, so please check back often!

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