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August 07, 1992 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-07

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Honigman, who claims to be
.411 middle-of-the-road on abor-
tion, has a voting record that
clearly is anti-abortion.
"People who voted pro-
choice in this race will very
likely come out and vote for

Briggs in November," said
Dr. Darryl Goldberg, a
Gilbert supporter.
Early in the evening,
Honigman supporters
gathered at the Embassy
Suites Hotel knew their
candidate had lost his bid for
Congress. Television reports
said he was behind.
The crowd at the hotel was

thinning. The tiny sand-
wiches and fruit display at
the back of the room were
gone. One television

reporter described the party
goers "as quiet as church
∎-• mice."
Larry Lipnik of Bloomfield
Township, was extremely
disappointed by the results.
He was one of many friends
who came to support and
• celebrate with Mr.
Honigman.
"I don't know much about
Knollenberg, like his stance
on Middle East politics," Dr.
Lipnik said. "I'm not sure
how he'll promote Jewish
causes."
Frank Mamat, a GOP ac-
OP tivist and labor attorney

r Republican activist





Harriett Rotter
was trying to
analyze the
election: "This
victory proves that
the pro-life people
are better
organized than the
pro-choicers."

from West Bloomfield, said
Mr. Honigman was the
"wave of the future."
Larry and Miriam Imer-
man of Bloomfield Hills said

Mr. Honigman was one of
• the most accessible
cians they knew. Though
Mrs. Imerman is staunchly
pro-choice, she opted to sup-
port Mr. Honigman.
The couple believe he is

good on Israel and other
issues that are important to
• the Jewish community. Mrs.
Imerman said she couldn't
base her vote solely on abor-
tion rights.
Tuesday night, the West
Bloomfield Township Hall
was packed with local can-

didates, township employees
4
and campaign activists
waiting to hear the results of
the board of trustees race —
OF an election that often got
ugly.
The printer could not spit
out the tabulations fast

enough but as they came in,
they were read and posted.
The rest of the time was
spent waiting to hear the
end result and controlling
nervous energy.
The results were intrigu-
ing. Voters essentially said
goodbye to members of the
now-defunct OUST political
group committed to halting
growth in the township.
Township Supervisor San-
dra Draur lost her Repub-
lican primary battle to
Geraldine Hood, leaving
Michael Alan Schwartz as
the only OUST candidate to
win.

Of the 13 Republican can-
didates running for trustee,
the list has been narrowed to
four. Incumbent Raymond
Holland and Dennis Vatsis
were the top vote getters
along with Mr. Schwartz and
Marc Shulman.
In November, the four
Republicans will face Dem-
ocratic candidates Richard
Barr, Albert Holtz and An-
thony Spokojny.
Ms. Hood will face
Democrat Roberta Boyle in
November.
"The voters wanted a
return to values, community
decency," Ms. Hood said.
Republican incumbents
Sharon Law and Denise
Hammond are unopposed in
November in their positions
as township clerk and
treasurer.
In the 39th District state
representative primary, in-
cumbent Barbara Dobb won
by a landslide, defeating op-
ponents Olga Meyer and
Barbara Smith. It was a diff-
erent race from the one two
years ago, when she beat
Debbie Schlussel by one
vote. Ms. Dobb now will face
Kirk Nemer in November.
Although he faced a tough
challenge from Birmingham
Board of Education member
Pan Godchaux, incumbent
John Jamian won the 40th
District state representative
Republican primary.
In races for County Com-
missioner, Republican
Shelley Goodman Taub won
in the 12th District primary,
earning a spot on the
November ticket against
Democrat Martin Hollander.
In the 13th District,
Democrat Jeff Heuser and
Republican incumbent
Thomas Law both won their
races.
In the 21st, Democrat
Lillian Jaffe Oaks won her
primary, and will run
against Republican Ben
Mayer in November.
In the race for 47th
District Court, Marla Parker
and John McDonald were
the top vote getters. El

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