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How They Voted on Doubling County Commissioner Terms
by Adam de Angeli      Posted April 6, 2022

 
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For no other purpose than to benefit the political class and make politicians less accountable to voters, the Michigan Legislature passed a law last year extending the terms of county commissioners from two years to four years.

This was a bill that slipped past our watch.

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Here's the vote:

In the Senate, everyone voted yes except Republican Senators Tom Barrett, Ken Horn, Jim Runestad, and Jim Stamas.

In the House, everyone voted yes except these Republicans:

Berman, Carra, Damoose, Eisen, Fink, Frederick, Howell, Johnson, LaFave, Maddock, Makkanen, Meerman, Reilly, Rendon, VanWoerkom, Wakeman.

And these Democrats:

Aiyash, Brixie, Tyrone Carter, Cherry, Haadsma, Hood, Hope, LaGrand, Neeley, Rabhi, Shannon, Sowerby, Stone.







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