Election Day is Tuesday and that means one thing for Clawson residents: prepare to participate in democracy.
There are two open four-year term seats on City Council: Howie Airriess' first term on council is ending and councilman Samuel Moore is not running for re-election.
The candidates are , , and . Shattuck is a write-in candidate because he filed after the Aug. 16 deadline. Electors will have to write Shattuck's name in a designated area if they choose to vote for him.
is running unopposed for the open school board seat in the Nov. 8 election. Board secretary Cyndi Peltonen's term ends Dec. 31 and she is not running for re-election.
Mayor Penny Luebs is running unopposed for a third two-year term.
Here is a list of things voters should know before casting their vote today:
- All precincts are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Voters must bring a photo ID to the polls.
- All absentee ballots must be submitted to the city clerk by 8 p.m. Tuesday. There is also a drop box outside City Hall.
- Campaigners have to stand 100 feet or more away from polling locations. Those wearing campaign paraphernelia will not be allowed inside the polling site.
The Clawson precinct locations are as follows:
Precinct 1 -
Precinct 2 -
Precinct 3 -
Precinct 4 -
Precinct 5 -
Precinct 6 -
For more information on Election Day, contact the Clawson city clerk's office at 248-435-4500 ext. 118.