LIVONIA, Mich. – There are 15 people running for office in Livonia this year.
The city will hold elections on Aug. 6, 2019, to fill mayoral and city council seats. View the sample ballot here.
Running for mayor
There are three declared candidates running for Livonia mayor:
- Laura Toy, who is the current Livonia City Council president
- Maureen Miller Brosnan, who is a former Livonia City Council member
- Bruce Tenniswood, who is best known for his work raising concerns about toxic chemicals in the Alden Village neighborhood
In August primary election, voters will be asked to vote for no more than one of these three mayoral candidates. The two who receive the most votes will be on the general election ballot on Nov. 5, 2019.
Running for city council
Livonia has a seven-member city council elected at-large. There are four councilmembers elected every two years. The three receiving the highest number of votes are elected to four-year terms. The fourth highest vote receiver is elected to a two-year term.
There are 12 candidates running for Livonia City Council this year:
- Scott Bahr
- Gregory G. Coppola
- Jim Davis
- Rob Donovic
- Brian Duggan
- Steve King
- Brandon McCullough
- Eileen McDonnell
- Kathleen E. McIntyre
- Gerald Perez
- Nicholas Turco
- Leo Weber
Candidates forum July 11
There is a Livonia candidates forum Thursday night at City Hall from 6:30.m.-9 p.m.