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|Date & Time||Place||Description|
|Thursday, July 11, 2019
||Livonia City Hall Auditorium||Candidate's Forum: Livonia City Council and Livonia Mayor.
These forums have been completed, but are available here on video. There are 12 candidates running in the August 6th Primary Election for 4 City Council seats. The 8 candidates who receive the most votes in the Primary Election will advance to the November 5th General Election. The candidates were randomly divided into two groups and participated in 45-minute sessions.
CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE VIDEO 1 includes: Leo Weber, Gregory Coppola, Steve King, Scott Bahr and Gerald Perez.
CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE VIDEO 2 includes: Rob Donovic, James Davis, Jr., Eileen McDonnell, Brandon McCullough and Kathleen McIntyre.
Two Council candidates did not participate in the forums: Brian Duggan and Nicholas Turco.
There are 3 candidates running in the August 6th Primary Election for Mayor of Livonia. The two candidates who receive the most votes in the August 6th Primary Election will advance to the November 5th General Election.
The MAYORAL FORUM VIDEO includes the 3 mayoral candidates: Maureen Miller Brosnan, Bruce Tenniswood and Laura Toy.
|Tuesday, August 6, 2019
|Your Livonia Polling Place||Primary Election Day in Livonia. Livonia voters will choose City Council and Mayoral Candidates that will advance to the general election on November 5th, and will vote on two proposals. Candidate information can be found on the forum videos noted above, but information about the candidates and the proposals can also be found by visiting the League of Women Voters' non-partisan voter guide at VOTE411|
|Saturday, August 24, 2019
|St. Mary's Cultural & Banquet Center
18100 Merriman Rd
|Women's Equality Day Luncheon. The League is a co-sponsor of this annual event organized by the Michigan Coalition for Equal Rights Studies and Michigan ERAmerica. The luncheon cost is $30 and reservations must be made in advance. Click here to download the reservation form.|