Nearly 60 people listened as three of the four Republican candidates running for the Michigan Senate 30th District seat participated in a forum Wednesday night at Loutit District Library.
Tuesday was the filing deadline for partisan candidates to appear on the 2018 August primary ballot.
More than 38 percent turned out in Ferrysburg, but just 22 percent voted in Grand Haven.
Councilmen Dennis Scott and Bob Monetza have both been re-elected to serve on City Council, besting challenger Andy Cawthon on Tuesday.
A look at the candidates, ballot proposals appearing the ballot this Tuesday, Nov. 7.
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.
City residents had a chance to hear from all of the candidates running for Grand Haven mayor and City Council on Monday night.
State Rep. Daniela Garcia, R-Holland Township, has thrown her name into the ring to be the next state senator representing Ottawa County.
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.
But there was a moment at Grand Haven City Hall on Tuesday night when it was reported that Nichol Stack, not Mike Fritz, would be challenging Mayor Geri McCaleb in the Nov. 7 general election.
Incumbent Geri McCaleb and City Councilman Mike Fritz will square off this fall to decide who will be Grand Haven’s next mayor.
Here’s what you can expect to find on the ballot in the Tri-Cities:
The three candidates running for mayor took the time Thursday night to make an impression on Grand Haven voters before the Aug. 8 primary election.
The League of Women Voters of the Grand Haven Area will host the candidates forum at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 27. It will take place in the lower level of Loutit District Library, 407 Columbus Ave., in Program Room A.
Find out all about the three Grand Haven mayoral candidates who will appear on the ballot this Aug. 8.