In the race for County Commissioner of the 19th District, incumbent David Woodward, a Democrat, is running for re-election. Republican Pam Lindell is also on the ballot.
For the Holly Township Library Board, there is one candidate on the ballot, plus eight write-in candidates for six positions.
In the race for Waterford School Board there are six candidates vying for two seats.
Of these 31 properties, five were found to have lead concentration levels above the lead Action Level established by the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act
Businesses in the Downtown area and beyond are in the Halloween spirit, and visitors are welcome to vote on which is their favorite.
The City is asking the community to review the draft Recreation Master Plan by November 16, 2020, before the plan is reviewed and adopted by City Council.
In the race for Oakland County Executive there are three candidates.
In the race for Oakland County Clerk and Register of Deeds, incumbent Lisa Brown, a Democrat, is running for re-election. Republican Tina Barton is also on the ballot.
In the race for Oakland County Sheriff, incumbent Michael Bouchard, a Republican, is running for re-election. Democrat Vincent Gregory is also on the ballot.
In the Nov. 3 election, voters in Oakland County will chose between Democrat Karen McDonald and Republican Lin Goetz for Prosecutor.
The candidates for Oakland County Treasurer are Democrat Robert Wittenberg and Republican Joe Kent.
The seat is held by Brian Hartwell who was appointed by the Governor to serve out the remainder of the term. He is running to retain the seat, as is Kelly Collins.
In the race for Judge of the 45th District Court, the candidates are Brenda Richard and Jaimie Horowitz.
In the race for Congress in the 8th District, the candidates are incumbent Elissa Slotkin who is a Democrat, Republican Paul Junge, and Libertarian Joe Hartman.
In the race for County Commission in the 9th District, Incumbent Gwen Markham, a Democrat, is running for re-election. Republican David Staudt is also on the ballot.
The candidates are: Democrat Regina Weiss, Republican Elizabeth Goss, Libertarian Gregory Stempfle, and Green Party candidate Sherry Wells.
In the race for State Representative of the 51st District, Incumbent Mike Mueller, a Republican, is being challenged by Democrat Brad May.
Voters in Holly Township (which also includes the Village of Holly) 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.
If you like trains and airplanes, then dining in may be a good option at Rebecca’s Restaurant in Downtown Northville, though there is outside seating as well.
In the race for Treasurer of West Bloomfield Township, Incumbent Teri Weingarden, a Democrat, is on the ballot as is Republican William Burris.