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Jun. 25, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Don Howard Staff Writer Plymouth Township officials claim that a former deputy township clerk is breaching the contract she signed as a condition of her severance. Sandra Groth is a candidate for township clerk and her name will appear on the

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May 2, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   In Northville Township, the slate of candidates seeking election Aug. 4 includes 12 Republicans and a lone Democrat. Filing for reelection to the position of township supervisor were incumbent Supervisor Robert R. Nix, III and Mark J. Abbo, who served as

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Apr. 30, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Don Howard Staff Writer Voters in Plymouth Township will choose the names to appear on the Nov. 3 ballot during the primary election set for Aug. 4 from a field including only one Democrat. Popular incumbent Township Supervisor Kurt Heise will

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Mar. 7, 2020  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Here’s the scoop on Tuesdays’ Presidential Primary Election. There is no political party registration requirement and any Michigan registered voter can participate in the presidential primary. At the polling place and on the absentee ballot application, voters will be asked to

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Lena Epstein

Jul. 23, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Lena Epstein, Republican businesswoman and candidate for Representative to Congress, 11thDistrict introduced herself to members of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees at the June 26, 2018 board meeting. Epstein faces Republican contenders Klint Kesto, Mike Kowall, Rocky Raczkowski and

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Aug. 6, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   A low voter turnout for Plymouth’s primary election last Tuesday was not unusual. With only 860 votes cast, or 11% of the cities 7,481 registered voters, residents picked the winners from nine candidates to fill eight spots on the November general

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Joe Bridgman

August 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE OPINION   Are Tuesday’s primary election results a vote of confidence for a job well done or proof that money and misinformation can buy results? We think the latter. Are we as safe as we were four years ago? Is our Township as financially sound

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