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Monday, August 6, 2012

Independence Township Primary August 7, 2012 Candidates

See here for the Independence Township Ballot for 8/7/12.

                                                                   PARTISAN SECTION
                                              VOTE ONLY 1 PARTY SECTION
Republican Party REPUBLICAN
PARTY
SECTION
CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1
Clark DurantRepublican
Gary GlennRepublican
Randy HekmanRepublican
Pete HoekstraRepublican
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
8th DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Brian HetrickRepublican
Vernon MolnarRepublican
Mike RogersRepublican
LEGISLATIVE
REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE
43rd DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Paul J. GreenawaltRepublican
Gail HainesRepublican
COUNTY
COUNTY EXECUTIVE
Vote for not more than 1
L. Brooks PattersonRepublican
E. Wadsworth Sherrod IIIRepublican
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1
Mike BishopRepublican
SHERIFF
Vote for not more than 1
Michael J. BouchardRepublican
James StevensRepublican
CLERK & REGISTER OF DEEDS
Vote for not more than 1
Bill Bullard, Jr.Republican
TREASURER
Vote for not more than 1
Marty KnollenbergRepublican
WATER RESOURCES COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1
John P. McCullochRepublican
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
4th DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Tom MiddletonRepublican
TOWNSHIP
SUPERVISOR
Vote for not more than 1
Terry FortunaRepublican
Patrick J. KittleRepublican
Neil WallaceRepublican
Todd WaringRepublican
CLERK
Vote for not more than 1
Jeff DeckerRepublican
Barb PallottaRepublican
TREASURER
Vote for not more than 1
Nanci Anderson-BereznickiRepublican
Paul A. BrownRepublican
Curt CarsonRepublican
TRUSTEE
Vote for not more than 4
Jose AliagaRepublican
Brian FosterRepublican
Joette M. KunseRepublican
David A. LohmeierRepublican
Al PopeRepublican
Bruce QuigleyRepublican
Ronald A. RitchieRepublican
Andrea K. SchroederRepublican
Democratic Party DEMOCRATIC
PARTY
SECTION
CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1
Debbie StabenowDemocratic
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
8th DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Lance EnderleDemocratic
LEGISLATIVE
REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE
43rd DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Neil BillingtonDemocratic
COUNTY
COUNTY EXECUTIVE
Vote for not more than 1
Kevin HowleyDemocratic
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1
Jessica R. CooperDemocratic
SHERIFF
Vote for not more than 1
Jane Felice BoudreauDemocratic
CLERK & REGISTER OF DEEDS
Vote for not more than 1
Lisa BrownDemocratic
TREASURER
Vote for not more than 1
Andy MeisnerDemocratic
WATER RESOURCES COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1
Mark DanowskiDemocratic
Jim NashDemocratic
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
4th DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Phillip ReidDemocratic
TOWNSHIP
SUPERVISOR
Vote for not more than 1
No candidates on ballot
CLERK
Vote for not more than 1
No candidates on ballot
TREASURER
Vote for not more than 1
No candidates on ballot
TRUSTEE
Vote for not more than 4
Kevin BushroeDemocratic
Jeremy D. MitchellDemocratic
Joe WauldronDemocratic




NONPARTISAN SECTION
JUDICIAL
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT
6TH CIRCUIT COURT
Non-Incumbent Position
6 Year Term
Vote for not more than 1
Dan Christ
Sahera Housey
Karen McDonald
Jason Pernick
Layne Ashley Sakwa
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PROPOSAL SECTION
COUNTY PROPOSALS
OAKLAND COUNTY ART INSTITUTE AUTHORITY MILLAGE
The Oakland County Art Institute Authority established pursuant to Public Act 296 of 2010 to allow for continuing support of art institute services for the students, residents and visitors of Oakland County.  The law allows the Authority to seek authorization from the electors to levy a tax of not more than 0.2 mill (20 cents per $1,000 of taxable value) on real and personal property to provide revenue to an art institute services provider for this purpose.  Accordingly, to continue providing art institute services to benefit the residents of Oakland County, shall a 0.2 mill on all of the taxable property located within the County be imposed for a period of ten (10) years, being years 2012 through 2021? It is estimated that if approved and levied, this new millage would generate approximately $9,847,191 in 2012.
TOWNSHIP PROPOSALS
RENEWAL OF FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES OPERATING MILLAGE
Shall the Charter Township of Independence be authorized to continue the previously authorized levy of up to 3.1688 mills for a period of four (4) years, starting with the December 2012 levy, to provide fire protection and emergency services, including advanced life support, in the Township?
This proposed millage is a renewal of previously authorized millage for the above-stated purpose.  Approval of this proposal would renew a tax limitation increase of $3.17 per $1,000 of taxable value on all taxable property in the Township.  It is estimated that this proposal would result in the authorization to collect $4,217,400.00 in the first year if approved and levied.  It is estimated that 95.68% of the annual millage revenue would be disbursed to the Charter Township of Independence for fire and emergency services and, as required by law, 4.32% would be disbursed to the Township's Sashabaw Road Corridor Improvement Authority.  The amount disbursed to the Sashabaw Road Corridor Improvement Authority shall be collected solely from properties within the Sashabaw Road Corridor Improvement Authority District.
ADDITIONAL FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES OPERATING MILLAGE
Shall the Charter Township of Independence be authorized to levy up to .59 mills for a period of four (4) years, starting with the December 2012 levy, to be added to the above proposed millage renewal (for a total millage of 3.7588), for purposes of providing fire protection and emergency services, including advanced life support, in the Township?
This proposed millage authorizes new additional millage for the above-stated purpose.  Approval of this proposal would permit an additional tax limitation increase of 59 cents per $1,000 of taxable value on all taxable property in the Township.  It is estimated that this proposal would result in the authorization to collect an additional $785,240.00 in the first year if approved and levied.  It is estimated that 95.68% of the annual millage revenue would be disbursed to the Charter Township of Independence for fire and emergency services and, as required by law, 4.32% would be disbursed to the Township's Sashabaw Road Corridor Improvement Authority.  The amount disbursed to the Sashabaw Road Corridor Improvement Authority shall be collected solely from properties within the Sashabaw Road Corridor Improvement Authority District.

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