2020 Candidate Interview:  Joshua Murphy for Holly Village Council and Holly Township Parks Board

2020 Candidate Interview:  Joshua Murphy for Holly Village Council and Holly Township Parks Board

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 13, 2020)

Holly, MI –Joshua Murphy is running for two positions in the Nov. 3, 2020 election.  He is a candidate for Village of Holly Council, and he is a write-in candidate for Holly Township Parks Board.

For a four-year full term council seat, there are three seats available, with six candidates on the ballot and one write-in. On the ballot are incumbent Robert Allsop, Ryan J. Delaney, Josh Murphy, incumbent Debra Musgrave, James Perkins, and Cal Steele. Incumbent Ryan John Shiel is running as a write in.

And voters in Holly Township (which also includes the Village) can vote for up to 7 people to serve on the Holly Parks Board.  There are six on the ballot and four running as write-in candidates.

The Democratic candidates are Courtney M. Coster, Donna McBride, and Karrigan Roche.  Republican candidates are Shawn Grugel, Joe Hutchins, and Kathleen Martin.  There are four candidates running as write-ins with no party affiliation: Shawna Campbell, Patrick Feeney, Pauline Kenner, and Joshua Murphy.

This position has a four year term

Check out the Oakland County Times video interview with Murphy below:

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