Corktown Citizens’ District Council (CDC): April 2, 2013 Election
Voting takes place Tuesday, April 2, 2013, from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the Douglass Branch Library School, 3666 Grand River Ave. [The corner of Grand River and Commonwealth (across from Patterson Dog & Cat Hospital)]
Voting is open to only registered voters who are residents or persons who have a demonstrable and substantial interest in the Corktown Citizens District Council Area, and whose polling place is the Douglass Branch Library.
The following is the Write-in Candidate List, as of March 24, 2013 – Those committed to enter this year’s CDC election for a three-year term, which will begin May 1, 2013:
Detroit, MI 48216
Judith is an incumbent member of the CDC, and has chosen to run for another term.
1425 Sixth St .
Detroit, MI 48226
Len has lived in Corktown for over 30 years, during which time he has rehabbed and restored at least three homes. He previously served on the CDC for several years.
Detroit, MI 48216
Jen is an incumbent member of the CDC, and has chosen to run for another three-year term.
There are six positions to be filled in this election, so there is still room for more candidates. If you, or someone you know is a registered voter and committed to running, and the name does not appear above, there is still opportunity to run as a write-in candidate. Please insert the candidate’s name into this list in alpha order and re-circulate, indicating that it is a revision of this initial version, so we are aware that new names have been added.
To insure votes will be officially counted --
· PRINT CANDIDATES’ NAMES AND ADDRESSES CORRECTLY ON LINES PROVIDED ON BALLOT
- ALL SPELLING AND ADDRESSES MUST BE ACCURATE
- WRITING MUST BE LEGIBLE
- PRINT CLEARLY
- YOU MUST FILL IN THE CIRCLE NEXT TO THE WRITE-IN CANDIDATES’ NAMES
Take this sheet with you, on Election Day, to the Douglass Branch Library School polling place, to insure the spelling and accuracy of names and addresses.
Vote early, but not often.
Corktown CDC Chair
Information about the role of Citizens’ District Councils is below –
-taken from 2011 Downtown CDC candidate Matt Erard’s website
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