Monday, November 4, 2019

Michigan: Adams Township Board Supervisor, who won office in a 2018 recall, up for recall vote on Election Day

Adams Township Board Supervisor Mark Nichols, who was elected in a 2018 recall vote, will be facing the voters on Election Day over the repeal of the nuisance ordinance. Nichols was a leader of the recall campaign, which he launched after he received a notice for keeping junk cars in his driveway. He was one of three candidates to win office in the recall effort.

Leading the recall fight against Nichols is former Adams Township Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Rob Glass III, who is running to replace Nichols.

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