Monday, August 02, 2010

Election News

Election news around Kalamazoo.

Tuesday's primary promises hot races for Southwest Michigan voters
Richland Township trustee challenger Paul Foust says Deb Robinson is a 'liberal lion,' he's better suited for the job
Three board seats contested in St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners race
Editorial: 20th Senate district: We choose Tonya Schuitmaker and Robert Jones
GOP candidate Mike Cox makes stop in Kalamazoo, confident going into final weekend
Kalamazoo's Metro Transit rider slide continues: Another double-digit drop recorded in June
Candidates for state Senate's 20th District talk economy, education, taxes at debate
Video: 20th District Senate seat candidates debate in Kalamazoo
Editorial: Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners
Two seek GOP nod for state Senate 21st District
One Democrat drops out of Van Buren County board race: 2 Republicans vie for nomination in District 3
Editorial: Aric Nesbitt has background, knowledge in GOP 80th district House race
Write-in candidate for Michigan House contributes nearly $106,000 to own campaign
Texas Township approves $60 special assessment for road repairs
Editorial: McCann's city experience bodes well for moving into state politics
Six from GOP vie to replace Schuitmaker in state House 80th District

In the race for U.S. Congress, Republican Jack Hoogendyk is guided by conservative principles
U.S. Congressman Fred Upton looks toward leadership role on the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee
Jack Hoogendyk vs. Fred Upton -- Read how they stand on the different issues, immigration, taxes
Editorial: Endorsement: Upton in the GOP race for U.S. House 6th District

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