By Fred Miller Macomb County Clerk
On March 10, 2020, voters in Michigan will have the chance to weigh in on the candidates for President of the United States. No matter if you’re a staunch partisan or a political newbie, all voters can weigh in on the candidates and on some important local issues as well. Presidential Primaries are unlike any other election on our calendar and have some special rules. Following are some of the most frequently asked questions, along with corresponding answers. As always, check out our website -- macombgov.org/elections -- or call 586-469-5209 for more information.
What is going to be on the March 10, 2020 ballot? The only candidates on the ballot will be Democratic and Republican candidates seeking their party’s nomination for President of the United States. Regional and local proposals will also appear on ballots throughout the county including the Macomb County Art Institute Authority, Center Line City, Memphis City, Clinton Township, Macomb Intermediate School District, and Lakeview Public Schools.
By Nicole Tuttle For MediaNews Group
Macomb County students not old enough to vote can make an impact on future elections through their artwork.
The Macomb County Clerk/Register of Deeds office is inviting students in grades K-12 countywide to participate in the inaugural Macomb County “I Voted!” sticker design contest.
Throughout his career, Fred Miller has served the people of Macomb County at the federal, state, and local levels, currently as Macomb County Clerk & Register of Deeds