GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-- Grand Rapids' voters will head to the polls Tuesday to choose the city's first new mayor in more than a decade.
Four candidates are facing off in the primary election. They are Rosalynn Bliss, John George, Willard Lee and Robert Dean. If one of them gets more than 50% of the vote, they will be elected mayor. Otherwise, the top two vote-getters will go head-to-head in a run-off election in November.
Other issues up for a vote around West Michigan are:
Grand Rapids Mayor (see above)
Kentwood - City Commissioner At-Large: Kevin Rex Heine, Steven Redmond, Thomas Webb
Comstock Park - Public Schools Operating Millage Renewal
Hudsonville - Public Schools Bonding Proposal
Central County Transportation Authority Proposal - Kalamazoo City, Parchment City, Portage City, Comstock Twp., Kalamazoo Twp., Oshtemo Twp.
Kalamazoo Charter Twp. - Proposal to renew authorized charter millage
Muskegon Central Dispatch 911 Millage Renewal
Muskegon - Public Schools millage proposal, building and site sinking fund tax levy
VAN BUREN COUNTY
Hartford Township - Fire apparatus and equipment renewal & Road millage renewal
Decatur - Public School bonding proposal
Niles Charter Township - Road Maintenance & Repair Special Millage
Berrien Springs Oronko Charter Township - Police Department Millage Renewal & Fire Department Levy Proposal
Watervliet Charter Twp. - Fire Millage
Buchanan District Library - Millage Proposal
Benton Harbor City - Mayor, City Commissioner at large
Cassopolis - Public Schools Bonding Proposal
West Shore Community College - Capital Improvement Millage Renewal
Mason County Eastern School District - Millage Renewal Proposal
West Shore Community College - Beaver and Troy Twp. - Capital Improvement Millage Renewal
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY
Mendon Township - Fire & Municipal Building Millage
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