The bills would allow for people to register to vote through the Secretary of State’s website. Those attempting to register would need to of course meet the requirements to be a voter, and would also need to possess a Driver’s License or state ID card.
Several voting precincts in Battle Creek could be consolidated prior to election days in 2018.
According to the Battle Creek City Commission’s agenda, the City Clerk will be holding a presentation for Commissioners on the proposed changes at their meeting Tuesday.
Calhoun County Deputy Clerk of Elections Terri Loew says Thursday morning that on Wednesday, the Clerk's Office received a letter from Petitioner Tom Lowe. In the letter, Lowe says that he was "satisfied" with Sonya Brown's side of the story, regarding her alleged treatment of Ci…
On Monday, recall language was announced once again in Albion, seeking the recall of Mayor Pro-Tem Sonya Brown.
The Calhoun County Clerk’s Office says that the recall was submitted November 22 by a resident in Albion’s Precinct 3, in Brown’s district.
Now that the language has been ruled as clear and factual, there is a 10 day window that an appeal can be filed regarding the Commission's determination. If no appeal is made by November 30, petitions can then be circulated.
Early this month, recall language was resubmitted for Albion’s Mayor Garrett Brown; the petition language says that the recall is sought due to Brown’s alleged mistreatment of Albion City Manager Sheryl Mitchell, and because it recently came to light that Brown had a personal protectio…
Battle Creek’s Mayor and Vice Mayor have now been selected, in a split vote by the City Commission Tuesday night.
The City says that after the swearing in of commissioners, Mark Behnke was chosen to serve as mayor with a 5-4 vote, with Dave Walters getting picked as Vice Mayor 6-3.