Allegan County News editor Ryan Lewis is with Allegan County Clerk Bob Genetski up at Wayland Public Safety to walk you through what’s involved with voting. First time voting?
Below are the official results (except for Plainwell library’s proposal; see below) of contested races and ballot proposals for the Aug. 7 primary election.
While early returns showed voters widely rejecting the statewide road funding ballot proposal, voters were somewhat more open at the local level.
The special election Tuesday, May 5, was called to decide a statewide road funding proposal, but there are some local questions as well.
Find out how much you would end up paying annually for a millage by dividing your home’s taxable value by 1,000 and then multiplying that times the millage amount.
The statewide ballot proposal designed to increase funding for roads will, if passed, make four changes to the Michigan Constitution and trigger eight laws.
Government officials representing some of the county’s election precincts voiced their concern about the inability to electronically transfer election data to the county seat after elections and as
In my column this week, I explained a bit of how write-in votes are counted—and not counted—and explain why it would be bad if we elected Donald Duck to public office.
Casco Township voters will be asked to renew the 0.25-mill senior millage for four years on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
The City of Fennville is seeking to reinstate 15 mills to restore the original charter millage established by voters in 1961.