Election day is almost here and Wyandotte residents are poised to vote on candidates for mayor, city council, assessor, clerk and treasurer.
The polls will be open 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday, May 7.
The last day to mail an absentee ballot is May 4. Absentee ballots can be delivered to the Wyandotte City Clerk's office in Wyandotte City Hall as late as 4 p.m. May 6.
Go to the Wyandotte City Clerks's website for more details on absentee voting.
There are no ballot proposals on the ballot.
Want to know more about any candidates before you cast your ballot? Check out the Patch Candidate Questionnaire and Candidate Video pages on Wyandotte Patch.
For a full sample ballot for your area—and to make sure you're registered to vote—visit the Michigan Voter Information Center. There's also a sample ballot provided in the photo section of this article.
Here is a listing of candidates running for office:
Assessor (one elected)
- Jerry Kupser
- Tom Woodruff
- William Griggs (I) (unopposed)
City Council (six elected)
- Daniel Galeski (I)
- Theodore Galeski
- Johnny Kolakowski
- Ted Miciura
- Leonard Sabuda (I)
- Don Schultz
- Lawrence Stec (I)
- Sheri Sutherby-Fricke (I)
- Kevin VanBoxell
- Val Zavala
- Joseph Peterson (I) (unopposed)
- Todd Browning (unopposed)
(I) denotes an incumbent
Precinct Voting Locations
On its website, the clerk's office offers a map of all 10 Wyandotte precincts and their polling locations or click on the map of polling locations in the photo section of this article.
Precinct 1: Downriver Italian American Hall, 646 Biddle Avenue
Precinct 2: The Copeland Center, 2306 Fourth Street
Precinct 3: The Yack Arena, 3131 Third Street
Precinct 4 and 5: VFW Post 1136, 633 Ford Avenue
Precinct 6: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, 2609 Tenth Street
Precinct 7 and 10: The Lincoln Center, 1940 Ludington
Precinct 8: Wilson Middle School, 1275 Fifteenth Street
Precinct 9: Washington Elementary School, 1440 Superior Boulevard