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Voter Guides for the November 3, 2020 General Election are available now.
ALL RACES IN OAKLAND COUNTY IN ONE BIG PDF
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Oakland County Offices
Oakland County Commissioner Districts
Oakland Community College Board of Trustees
|Keego Harbor||Sylvan Lake|
|Lake Orion||Wolverine Lake|
|6th Circuit Court||Countywide|
|District 35||Oakland County portion of City of Northville|
|District 43||Cities of Ferndale, Hazel Park & Madison Heights|
|District 45||Huntington Woods, Oak Park & Pleasant Ridge, Royal Oak Township|
|District 46||Cities of Lathrup Village & Southfield, Southfield Township; Villages of Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, & Franklin|
|District 47||Cities of Farmington & Farmington Hills|
|District 48||Townships of Bloomfield & West Bloomfield, Cities of Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake Village & Sylvan Lake|
|District 50||City of Pontiac|
|District 51||Waterford Township|
|District 52-1||Cities of Novi, South Lyon, Walled Lake & Wixom, Townships of Commerce, Highland, Lyon, Milford & Novi, Villages of Milford & Wolverine Lake|
|District 52-2||Cities of Clarkston & Oakland Co. portion of Fenton, Townships of Brandon, Groveland, Holly, Independence, Rose, Springfield & White Lake, Villages of Holly & Ortonville|
|District 52-3|| Cities of Auburn Hills, Lake Angelus, Rochester & Rochester Hills,
Townships of Addison, Oakland, Orion & Oxford, Villages of Lake Orion, Leonard & Oxford
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