City Ballot Final: Law vs. Marl for Mayor, No Race for council

David Rhoads, Dean Girbach and Lee Bourgoin are the three candidates running for three spots on city council.

The ballot is final for the November Saline city election.

There were no late surprises.

City council member Brian Marl runs against former city council member Glenn Law to be Mayor.

There are three candidates running for three seats on city council. Incumbents David Rhoads and Dean Girbach are seeking re-election. They are joined by Lee Bourgoin, who left the city after serving for years as city manager and then finance director.

The election is open to write-in candidates, who must file a "declaration of intent" ahead of the November 6 election.


Sal Randazzo August 08, 2012 at 01:15 PM
If Saline voters can't see a problem with the former finance director now in a position on city council to raise property taxes to cover the deficits that where created under his control, they have been poorly informed. This is clearly a case of the foxes guarding the hen house. Wake up citizens of Saline, you are about to get swindled with a smile!
Sal Randazzo August 08, 2012 at 01:28 PM
Oh, by the way, you have two great choices for mayor. One is a Canadian Socialist who abandoned his city council position, left the city, but now wants to be the Mayor. The other is a tax and spend liberal, who arguably has more friends in government than in the real world. He wants to use Saline as his launching pad into becoming a carrier politician. All of these people are just Statist that view all us hard working citizens as tax cows on their tax farm. They will get the gold mine and we are about to get the shaft!


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