Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Local News

Election news around Kalamazoo.

Democrats select Kalamazoo Mayor Bobby Hopewell to replace Robert B. Jones on the Nov. 2 ballot in the state Senate's 20th District
Jack Lessenberry: Should Robert B. Jones have been running for office?
Democrats reflect on life of Robert B. Jones as they prepare to nominate a replacement for the ballot tonight
Robert B. Jones "loved being out there with people," Kalamazoo city commissioners say
Democratic Party leaders to meet Tuesday in Kalamazoo to name a state Senate ballot replacement for Robert B. Jones
Kalamazoo had 'no greater champion' than state Rep. Robert B. Jones, says Mayor Bobby Hopewell
Absentee balloting frozen in Michigan Senate 20th District race after candidate Robert Jones' death; election officials to meet today
State Representative and former Kalamazoo Mayor Robert B. Jones reported dead Sunday morning

Third-party candidates makes their cases in the state House's 80th District: Cheryl Evick, Bill Bradley seek to replace Schuitmaker
Jeff Fernandez and Sean McCann vie for 60th District House seat being vacated by Robert Jones
Job creation and business taxes are issues in 61st District House race between Thomas Batten and Margaret O'Brien
Erdmann, Nesbitt vie to replace Rep. Tonya Schuitmaker in state House 80th District
Southwest Michigan voters get rematch in state House 59th District: Democrat Carol Higgins again vies against Republican Matt Lori

Same goal, different approaches for Robert Jones and Tonya Schuitmaker in 20th Senate District race
Robert Jones and Tonya Schuitmaker lament "extreme pressure" from some groups
Video replay: Robert Jones and Tonya Schuitmaker speak about their Senate seat candidacies
Jones makes pitch to cut lawmaker pay: Schuitmaker says proposal doesn't go far enough
Allegan County board members get challenged: 5 of 11 have opposition in November

Was MPI Research's 3,300-job expansion plan oversold by MEDC, politicians?

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