This story is part of a series of articles featuring local candidates appearing on the Nov. 7 ballot, and is designed to help you head to the voting booth with confidence.
A look at the candidates, ballot proposals appearing the ballot this Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The ballot question has been a bit confusing, because, in the August primary elections, village voters defeated a proposal to amend the charter.
Ferrysburg voters will see a request on their Nov. 7 ballots for up to 3 mills to fund the project.
Council has discussed the possibility of instead having seven council members elected, and then having council select the most qualified person among them to serve as president.
Earlier this month, the Tribune hosted a forum with Grand Haven’s candidates for mayor. Incumbent Geri McCaleb and Councilman Mike Fritz both took time out of their hectic schedules to attend the forum at Grand Haven High School.
The proposal on the Nov. 7 ballot asks voters to allow the school district to override the Headlee Amendment and collect the full 18-mill levy.
This question-and-answer features the two candidates who are running for the Grand Haven mayor’s seat: incumbent Geri McCaleb, and challenger and current City Councilman Mike Fritz.
SPRING LAKE — Voters in the Village of Spring Lake will face a ballot question next month that may feel like déjà vu, but it's not.
City residents had a chance to hear from all of the candidates running for Grand Haven mayor and City Council on Monday night.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Grand Haven High School students had a chance to participate in the political process Wednesday afternoon during a question-and-answer event featuring Grand Haven’s mayoral candidates.
Unlike at many recent Ferrysburg City Council meetings, those attending Tuesday's Ferrysburg candidates forum at the Spring Lake District Library were respectful and well-behaved.
Grand Haven voters will have a chance next week to hear from the candidates who’ll appear on the city ballot Nov. 7.
To help you head to the voting booth with confidence, we’re putting together a series of informational features on the candidates that will appear on the upcoming ballot.