This page is still under construction but we felt it important to make basic information and candidate links available to you ASAP for contested August 7th primary races. Check back soon for updates and candidate photos.

We encourage each of you to stay engaged this election season to ensure sweeping Democratic victories up and down the ticket. Membership meetings are every second Saturday of the month, 9:30 AM to 12 NOON, at the Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 North Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Go Dems!

 

— Mike Henry & Anne Bannister, Ann Arbor Democratic Party Co-Chairs


Our 2012 Candidates For The August 7th Primary

Ann Arbor City Council-Ward 1: Sumi Kailasapathy vs. Eric Sturgis

Ann Arbor City Council-Ward 2: Tony Derezinski vs. Sally Hart Petersen

Ann Arbor City Council-Ward 4: Margie Teall vs. Jack Eaton

Ann Arbor City Council-Ward 5: Vivienne Armentrout vs. Chuck Warpehoski

Washtenaw County Commissioner-District 7: Christina Montague vs. Andy LaBarre

Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner: Evan Pratt vs. Harry Bentz (no website as of 6/25/2012)

Judge-22 Circuit Court-Non Incumbent: Carol Kuhnke vs. Douglas McClure vs. Erane Washington

Judge-22 Circuit Court-Incumbent: Timothy Connors vs. Michael Woodyard

Michigan State Rep-District 53: Jeff Irwin vs. Thomas Partridge (no website as of 6/25/2012)

Michigan State Rep-District 55: Adam Zemke vs. Andrea Brown-Harrison

U.S. Congress-District 12: John Dingell vs. Daniel Marcin

 

Other key races to discuss now with your friends (these good candidates could use our support):

U.S. Senate: Debbie Stabenow

U.S. Congress-District 7: Ruben Marquez (no website as of 6/25/2012)

Michigan Supreme Court Justice: Bridget Mary McCormack, Sheila Johnson, Connie Kelley

Michigan State Rep-District 52: Gretchen Driskell

Washtenaw County Commissioner-District 7: Felicia Brabec

 

Click here for News and Media stories about our candidates and the Ann Arbor Democratic Party.

 

Precinct Polling Places – August 7, 2012
1-1 Michigan Union 530 S. State St.
1-2 Michigan Union 530 S. State St.
1-3 Community High School 401 N. Division
1-4 Community Center 625 N. Main St.
1-5 Northside School 912 Barton Dr.
1-6 Northside School 912 Barton Dr.
1-7 Pierpont Commons 2101 Bonisteel Blvd.
1-8 Skyline High School 2552 N. Maple Rd.
1-9 Clague Middle School 2616 Nixon Rd.
1-10 Arrowwood Hills Comm Center 2566 Arrowwood Trl.
2-1 Northwood Comm Cntr (Family Housing) 1000 McIntyre Dr.
2-2 Palmer Commons 100 Washtenaw Ave.
2-3 Angell School 1608 S. University
2-4 Angell School 1608 S. University
2-5 AA Assembly of God 2455 Washtenaw Ave
2-6 Clague Middle School 2616 Nixon Rd.
2-7 King School 3800 Waldenwood Ln
2-8 St. Pauls Lutheran School 495 Earhart Rd.
2-9 Thurston School 2300 Prairie St.
3-1 Michigan League 911 N. University
3-2 Michigan League 911 N. University
3-3 Tappan Middle School 2251 E. Stadium Blvd
3-4 Allen School 2560 Towner Blvd
3-5 University Townhouses Center 3200 Braeburn Cir
3-6 Scarlett Middle School 3300 Lorraine St.
3-7 Allen School 2560 Towner Blvd
3-8 Pittsfield School 2543 Pittsfield Blvd.
3-9 Scarlett Middle School 3300 Lorraine St.
4-1 Michigan Union 530 S. State St.
4-2 Mary St. Polling Place 926 Mary St.
4-3 U-M Coliseum 721 S. Fifth Ave.
4-4 Pioneer High School 601 W. Stadium Blvd.
4-5 St. Clare Church/Temple Beth Emeth 2309 Packard St.
4-6 Cobblestone Farm 2781 Packard St.
4-7 Dicken School 2135 Runnymede
4-8 Pioneer High School 601 W. Stadium Blvd.
4-9 Lawton School 2250 S. Seventh St.
5-1 Ann Arbor District Library 343 S. Fifth Ave.
5-2 Bach School 600 W. Jefferson St.
5-3 2nd Baptist Church 850 Red Oak Rd.
5-4 Slauson Middle School 1019 W. Washington
5-5 Slauson Middle School 1019 W. Washington
5-6 Eberwhite School 800 Soule Blvd.
5-7 Dicken School 2135 Runnymede
5-8 Lakewood School 344 Gralake Ave.
5-9 Haisley School 825 Duncan St.
5-10 Abbot School 2670 Sequoia Pkwy
5-11 Forsythe Middle School 1655 Newport Rd.

 

 

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