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Voter Guides for the August 5, 2014

August 5, 2014 Primary Election

VOTER GUIDES

August 5, 2014, Primary Election for Oakland County
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Governor

US Senate

US Congressional Districts

     8     9     11     14

Michigan State Senate Districts

     11     12     13     14     15

Michigan State House Districts

     26      27      29      35      37      38      39
     40      41      43      44      45      46      51

Oakland County Commissioner Districts:

     1      2      3      4      5      6      7
     8      9      10      11      12      13      14
     15      16      17      18      19      20      21

PROPOSALS & NONPARTISAN OFFICES

Judges:

Judge of District Court 52-1
     District 52-1 includes the communities of Commerce Township, Highland Township, Lyon Township, Milford Township, Novi, Novi Township, South Lyon, Village of Milford, Village of Wolverine Lake, Walled Lake, and Wixom.

Judge of District Court 52-4
     District 52-4 includes the cities of Clawson and Troy.

Visit the Oakland County Bar Association's website for more information on these candidates.

State Proposal

County Proposal

Cities:

     Bloomfield Hills
     Clawson
     Hazel Park
     Novi
     Oak Park
     Rochester Hills
     Walled Lake

Libraries:

     Clarkston Independence District Library

School Districts:

     Almont
     Hazel Park
     Holly
     Huron Valley
     Hazel Park
     Rochester

Townships:

     Addison
     Bloomfield
     Brandon
     Commerce
     Highland
     Independence
     Lyon
     Novi
     Orion
     Oxford
     Springfield
     Waterford
     White Lake

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