Election 2014

Have lunch with Terri Lynn Land

August 18, 2014
Have lunch with Terri Lynn Land

PENTWATER — Terri Lynn Land, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate and former Michigan Secretary of State, will be in Pentwater Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. for lunch at the Antler Bar, located at 283 N. Hancock St. The suggested donation for lunch, which includes salad bar and sandwiches, is $25. “The Oceana County Republican Party is proud to sponsor this event…

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Spaniola, Sniegowski will face off in November judge race

August 5, 2014
Spaniola, Sniegowski will face off in November judge race

By Rob Alway. Editor-in-Chief.  The 51st Circuit Court Judge race will come down to the current Mason County prosecutor and the former Mason County prosecutor. Paul Spaniola and Susan Sniegowski will face off in the November general election. With all of Mason County’s 25 precincts reporting and 16 out of 19 of Lake County precincts reporting, Mason County Press has…

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Election is Tuesday, here is what you are voting for

August 4, 2014

LUDINGTON — Mason County Press and Oceana County Press, in collaboration with WMOM-FM 102.7, will be covering Tuesday’s election results live from the Mason County, Lake County and Oceana County courthouses. Results will be posted on Facebook and Twitter as they are received. The two most watched races will likely be the 51st Circuit Court judge primary and the Mason-Oceana…

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Vote yes on 911 proposal

August 3, 2014

Our View. By Rob Alway. Editor-in-Chief. It is not the standard practice of this news organization to endorse candidates or ballot issues. However, we are making an exception in the case of the millage request from Mason-Oceana 911 and are asking you to vote yes Tuesday.  How much are you willing to pay annually to help ensure that there is…

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Franz encouraging voters to vote yes on Prop. 1

July 29, 2014
Franz encouraging voters to vote yes on Prop. 1

By Rob Alway. Editor-in-Chief.  Next Tuesday voters will be asked to decide on Proposal 1, officially known as Michigan Use Tax and Community Stabilization Share. In a nutshell, the proposal is providing an alternative source of income to municipalities in place of the state’s elimination of the personal property tax. It is not a tax increase, however. Many people who…

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