Election 2020

LMTA asking Ludington, Scottville voters for millage renewal. 

July 22, 2020

LMTA asking Ludington, Scottville voters for millage renewal.  LUDINGTON — The taxpayers of the cities of Ludington and Scottville pay a millage to support Ludington Mass Transit Authority. The dial-a-ride service is requesting a renewal of that millage during the Aug. 4 Primary Election.  LMTA is requesting the taxpayers of Ludington and Scottville to renew the millage in an amount…

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Scottville voters approve charter amendment.

May 5, 2020

Scottville voters approve charter amendment. SCOTTVILLE — Voters approved an amendment to the city’s charter to consolidate the two wards into one during Tuesday’s election. The measure passed 117 to 24. The election had a small turnout of 141 out of 1,013 of registered voters, 14%. Currently, the city is divided into two wards, the first ward is west of…

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Scottville residents voting on ward consolidation proposal.

May 5, 2020

Scottville residents voting on ward consolidation proposal. SCOTTVILLE — Today, May 5, registered voters in Scottville will decide on a charter amendment proposal that will reduce the number of wards in the city from two to one. An amendment to a charter requires a referendum. Currently, the city is divided into two wards, the first ward is west of Main…

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DeRouin announces candidacy for prosecutor.

April 20, 2020

DeRouin announces candidacy for prosecutor. #Election2020 By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. LUDINGTON — A second Republican candidate has announced his candidacy for the nomination to run for Mason County Prosecuting Attorney. Chad A. DeRouin, a resident of Pere Marquette Township, is currently the chief assistant prosecuting attorney for Oceana County. To date, the only other person to announce a candidacy for…

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Jackson announces candidacy for district court judge.

April 17, 2020

Jackson announces candidacy for district court judge. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. #Election2020 LUDINGTON — Glenn Jackson III announced today that he is running for 79th District Court judge. Jackson is currently the attorney magistrate for the 79th District Court of Mason County. The court had been scheduled to dissolve at the end of this year, coinciding with the retirement of…

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