As we look ahead to November’s elections, Fenton Patch is devoted to bringing you the information you need about every race in town. Here's our start on the candidates and issues we'll be covering as November draws near. Bookmark this page for updates.
State Rep. (R-Argentine Township) who won his seat as seat in February after , is running for re-election. He recently submitted a letter to the editor about the . He also
(D-Linden) could be one of Grave's opponents for the 51st District seat. He didn't agree with Grave's letter to the editor about the pension tax. He posted on Fenton Patch "...Appears that you've been wasting a lot of time and money (taxpayers) creating and introducing something that's already been done. Must be election time?..."
Losey also .
Graves and Losey will be challenged by two newcomers Ryan Starski, D-Goodrich, who and John Lauve, R-Holly Township, who
is not running for re-election for his current position, but making a bid to be on the Genesee County Board of Commisioners for the 6th District. The drug prevention group President and Founder has been busy fighting the community war against drugs, most recently with .
There are several candidates trying to fill his spot on the Fenton Township board, including and . Incumbents , Robert Kesler, who and Vince Lorraine, who are also running for another term on the Fenton Township Board.
While the in May and could be back on the ballot at some point, the school district will put a A 25-year old-millage renewal on the August ballot. The 0.9 mills could generate $690,000 for Fenton’s sinking fund.
Fenton Township Clerk Bob Krug, who has held the position for 12 years, has . He recently voted no on a liquor license transfer approval for the former because of the owner's history with the law.
Krug will be challenged by newcomer Nikki Haley, who