By Jameson Cook
Macomb County Clerk Fred Miller wants to make sure voters are aware of the new-look envelopes containing absentee ballots for the upcoming presidential primary.
Voters on March 10 will select the Republican and Democratic nominees for president, and in Macomb County also will cast ballots on two countywide ballot proposals and four local community ballot proposals.
Macomb County Clerk & Register of Deeds Fred Miller has introduced a “Senior Advocacy” program to help Macomb County senior citizens navigate through Clerk’s Office services and find other resources dedicated to area seniors. The Clerk’s “Senior Hotline” was unveiled at the recent Healthy Living Expo, hosted by the Sterling Heights Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 12, 2019.
“We know that sometimes finding a Clerk’s Office service or filling out one of those complicated forms can sometimes be a daunting task,” said Miller. “Our ‘Senior Advocacy’ program will make it easier for Macomb County seniors to connect with services and get the personalized attention they deserve.”
By Jameson Cook
It may not have the national prominence of the Mueller report, but the Miller report issued last week by Macomb County Clerk Fred Miller carries impact locally.
The biggest revelation of upcoming impact in Miller’s report on his first 100 days in office is a plan to tweak the campaign finance reporting system in the county to deal with outstanding fine balances for violations. About 120 committees for candidates or ballot questions owe more than $250,000, ranging from $10 to more than $20,000 that is owed by the Fitzgerald Public Schools Committee.
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