There will be a handful of primary races in Berrien County this August, with a couple of countywide races.
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Michigan voters in the Nov. 6 election will not be able to vote straight ticket. Voters deciding partisan races must vote office by office. The state Legislature outlawed straight-ticket voting last year, and courts upheld the ban.
Friday, July 13, 2018
Four Democrats – David Benac, Rich Eichholz, George Franklin and Matt Longjohn – are running in the Aug. 7 primary in order to face incumbent Republican Fred Upton, who is running unopposed in the GOP primary.
Republican Representatives Kim LaSata, 79th District, and Dave Pagel, 78th District, are seeking the nomination for the 21st Senate District. The winner will face Democrat Ian Haight in November.
Republican voters will choose candidates in three primary races for the Berrien County Board of Commissioners. Four Democrats are on the primary ballot who will have Republican opponents in November.