Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Former school board president Sneideman, longtime township supervisor Yack join incumbents Pat Williams and John Anthony.
One year removed from failing to keep his seat in a close Plymouth-Canton Board of Education race, Steven Sneideman had something to smile about Tuesday. Sneideman, a former school board member and past school board president, led all candidates in Tuesday's election for the Canton Township Board of Trustees with nearly 22 percent of the vote. Sneideman, a Democrat, will join the board with Republican Thomas Yack, a former township supervisor seeking a return to the board. Republican incumbents Pat Williams and John Anthony also earned new terms, while Republican Gregory Demopoulos fell short in his bid to retain his seat on the board. "It’s surprising," Sneideman said of his vote total. "I was just hoping for fourth place." Sneideman …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The candidates, incumbents and issues that will be affecting Plymouth and Canton.
This is a big election year nationally, statewide and locally. As we look ahead to the Nov. 6 election, Plymouth-Canton Patch is devoted to bringing you the information you need about every race in town. Bookmark this page for updates. Here are the six state proposals on the Nov. 6 ballot in Michigan. For more information on the state ballot proposals, go to Vote411.org and to Ballotpedia. Come back to Plymouth-Canton Patch for more election updates.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Republican Thomas Yack is looking to return to the Canton Township Board of Trustees.
Age: 65 Party affiliation: Republican Spouse/Kids: Married to Barbara (43 years), four adult children Length of residency: 41 years Prior political experience: 11 years Plymouth-Canton Board of Education (4 years President), 2 years Canton Public Library Board, 20 years Canton Supervisor Professional experience: Teacher, Learning Consultant, Elementary Mathematics Coordinator, Federal Projects Director, college instructor, Canton Supervisor, Chairman of Western Townships Utilities Authority, Chairman of Conference of Western Wayne, 35th District Court Advisory Why are you seeking office?: I believe my experience, knowledge and insight into current issues confronting our community can add value to the Canton Board of Trustees. I have …