Everyone needs to VOTE in the August Primary. Voters, learn as much as possible about the incumbents and ALL candidates running in the August Primaries Attend Plymouth Twp. board meetings and read PlymouthVoice.com, the Plymouth-Canton Patch, and Hometownlife.com to learn about decisions made by those currently holding office. Attend Plymouth Concerned Citizens meetings to meet and hear from those running for office.
You may need to vote Republican to effect a change in our Township board.
The reason is obvious when you review past election data. In general,
> The majority of voters in Plymouth Twp. vote Republican.
> Local Republican candidates who win the primary are usually elected in the November General Election
> Select the Republican who best supports your hopes for our community.
In the Primary, you can vote only ONE party. You cannot select from more than one party on your ballot. If you do, you will negate your vote.
In the General Election, you are allowed to select candidates from any of the parties represented.
Review the data in the download document below to see how winners of the Primary became winners in the General elections.
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