All of the Articles on this Web Site were Updated on August 7, 2016
Last week’s Michigan Primary saw a number of contested races for area and local offices on the Republican side of the ballot.
The District 4 seat on the Livingston County Board of Commissioners saw Doug Helzerman get the nod over Mary Helfmann by 1,085 votes to 980. Helzerman will now face Dennis Andryzczak, the Democratic Party nominee, in November.
In the Conway Township supervisor vote, incumbent Mike Rife edged past Cindy Dickerson, the current clerk, by 227 votes to 224. Richard Kreeger topped a field of five candidates for the two trustee positions. He received 275 votes. Incumbent trustee Lawrence Parsons also won, garnering 190 votes. Michael Stock had 125 votes, George Pushies 113, and Eric West (the incumbent) 83.
Todd Anderson was unopposed for the clerk position, and Debra Grubb was alone on the ballot for the treasurer’s nomination.