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2014 Primary Election Preview Links

Click on the following links for stories previewing Tuesday’s primary election.

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ELECTION PREVIEW: Candidate questionnaires (local contested races)

The Daily News provided questionnaires to primary election candidates for state and local offices in contested races only. Following are the questions and answers.

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ELECTION PREVIEW: Ionia road repairs up for vote

The overall poor standing of roads in Ionia County is no secret to anyone who has traversed a county road.

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ELECTION PREVIEW: 6 townships, 1 school district seek millages

Six area townships and one school district will have millage proposals on Tuesday’s ballot. Most are renewals of previously passed millages intended to fund police and/or fire services for the townships.

Chad Murphy

ELECTION PREVIEW: Incumbent, newcomer face off for Ionia commission spot

Fenwick resident Scott Wirtz is running for his second term as 5th District Ionia County commissioner. He’s being challenged by fellow Republican Chad Murphy of Orleans as voters go to the polls on Tuesday.

Debra Bach

ELECTION PREVIEW: 2 Belding residents seek open Ionia commissioner seat

Two Belding residents are vying for an opening for the Ionia County Board of Commissioners District 1 seat, previously held by Lynn Mason, who is seeking election for 86th District state representative.

Kathleen Dunne

ELECTION PREVIEW: 2 candidates running against current judge

Two local attorneys are looking to unseat the longtime judge of Montcalm County’s 64B District Court in Tuesday’s primary election. Kathleen Dunne of Greenville and Ronald Finegood of Stanton are both vying for the position currently held by Judge Donald Hemingsen of Sheridan.

Brian Greene

ELECTION PREVIEW: Greenville councilman, planning commissioner vie for Montcalm County spot

Two Greenville residents will face off against each other for the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners District 1 seat being vacated by Ron Blanding, who will not run for re-election.

Lisa Posthumus Lyons

ELECTION PREVIEW: Lyons faces Republican challenger

State Rep. Lisa Posthumus Lyons, R-Alto, is being challenged in her bid for re-election to the 86th District by Angela Rigas, also a Republican from Alto. The winner of the Tuesday’s primary election will face Democratic candidate Lynn Mason of Belding in November’s general election.

Ken Hart

ELECTION PREVIEW: Democrats Hart and Hoisington hoping to face off against Outman

Two Democrats are facing off in the primary election for a chance to unseat the 70th District state representative incumbent in the general election. Ken Hart of Alma and James Hoisington of Stanton are vying for the Democratic win on Tuesday with the hope of besting current State Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes, in November.