The Calhoun County Clerk’s Office says that they now have available information including affidavits, petition forms needed to get on the November ballot and more, for all of the districts under their purview.
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 City Manager Cheryl Mitchell.
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.
Tuesday, September 26 is National Voter Registration Day, and the Calhoun County Clerk’s Office wants to get as many people as they can registered. Chief Deputy Clerk of Elections Teri Loew says that this November, there will be important elections at the local level, and since in Michigan you need to register 30 days before an election, you need to get registered soon.