Making Democracy Work

Democracy is not a Spectator Sport!

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Upcoming Elections

There is one election in Troy in 2017.

General Election on November 7, 2017
The Candidate's Night for Troy City Council was held on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at CMNtv public access studios. Seven people running for 3 seats. Viewing on television or computer are below:

CMNtv Air Times (Comcast and WOW channel 18):

Monday - 10am Tuesday - 6am & 3:25pm Wednesday - 1pm Thursday - 7am & 3:25pm Friday - 7:15pm Saturday - 6:45pm

Video on Demand

YouTube: https://youtu.be/p2WGYXwel-8

CMNtv.org: http://www.cmntv.org/2017/10/lwv-troy-city-council-candidates-forum-october-5-2017/

It is also on FaceBook.

Online nonpartisan voter guides for this election can be found on http://www.VOTE411.org. Hardcopy Voter Guides are available at the Troy Community Center, Library, and City Hall Clerk's Office. They are free. Or you can download it here as a PDF. (For two precincts there will be a school election for the Avondale School District.)

The forum on Troy land use charter amendment ballot proposal held on Thursday, September 21, 2017 can be viewed on http://www.CMNtv.org under Video on Demand.

REMEMBER: DEMOCRACY IS NOT A SPECTATOR SPORT! YOU CAN'T VOTE IF YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED. SEE THE CITY CLERK at 248.524.3316 for more information.

US Congressional -- District 11
State Senate -- District 13
State Representative -- District 41
Oakland County Commissioners-Districts 11, 16, 20

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