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July 29, 1994 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-29

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Williams Jr. a Republican, are
uncontested ' in their primary
races.
A total of foiur county commis-
sion seats will be chosen in
Southfield.
Running unopposed in the
19th District are Democrat Kurt
Lopez and Republican Donn
Wolf.
Democrat Milton Dzodin is
challenging Lawrence Pernick in
the 20th District. Republican
James Hardin will face the win-
ner of that race in November.
Candidates in the 21st District
are Democrats Debbie Dohany,

Voters will be asked
to choose
candidates either in
the Republican
Party or the
Democratic Party.

Gregory Miles and Nancy Quar-
les. Republican Charles Klein-
brook is also nmning.
Following the unexpected
death of County Commissioner
Dennis Aaron, several Democ-
rats have announced they will
seek the post as a write-in can-
didate. Mr. Aaron's son,
Jonathan Aaron, Huntington
Woods City Commisioner Gilda

Jacobs and Jim Doyan have an-
nounced their candidacies. Re-
publican Kurt Kramer also is
running in the 23rd District.
In the race for 46th District
Court, Stephen Korn and Abra-
ham Selesny are challenging in-
cumbent Susan Moiseev. The top
two vote-getters will advance to
the general election.
West Bloomfield
Republican Joe Knollenberg is
running for re-election to Con-
gress. He will be challenged by
Democrat Mike Breshgold.
Democrat Vicki Barnett is
hoping to oust incumbent David
Honigman. Both are uncontested
in the primary.
State Rep. Barbara Dobb is
running against David Meldman
and Olga Meyer. Twenty-one-
year-old Daniel Chen-in, a De-
mocrat, will run against the
winner of the Republican pri-
mary.
West Bloomfield is included in
the 11th, 12th and 13th County
Commission districts.
Democrat Steve Steinhardt
and Republicans Richard Andich
and Nancy Dingeldey are run-
ning in the 11th.
In the 12th, Shelley Goodman
Taub is being challenged by Don-
ald Eby and Thomas Fortino.
There are no Democrats on the
ballot.
Suzanne Osmer, a Democrat,
and Thomas Law, a Republican,
are uncontested in the 13th. 0

Six Battle For New
14th District Seat

STEVE STEIN STAFF WRITER

epublican State Senate
candidate Michael Warren
of Southfield will have to
wait for the results of the
Aug. 2 primary to find out who
his Democratic opponent will be
in the Nov. 1 general election.
Mr. Warren is the lone mem-
ber of the GOP vying for the new
14th District seat. Five Democ-
rats will face off in the primary,
with the winner earning his par-
ty's nomination.
The revamped district in-
cludes the cities of Berkley, Lath-
nip Village, Oak Park, Pontiac
and Southfield along with Bloom-
field Township, Royal Oak Town-
ship and Southfield Township.
There is no incumbent, but a
familiar name casts a shadow on
the race. Had longtime State
Sen. Jack Faxon decided to run
again, this would have been his
district.
Of the five primary candidates
who responded to a Jewish News
questionnaire, two said they are
running because Mr. Faxon left
the Senate.
Mr. Warren said Mr. Faxon's
decision not to run had no bear-

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Michael Warren

ing on his candidacy. Of the De-
mocrats, Gerald Faye of Bloom-
field Township and Gary Peters
of Pontiac said they decided to
get in the race when Mr. Faxon
got out of it. Linwood Flack of
Pontiac and Michael O'Dea of
Southfield said Mr. Faxon had
no influence on their decision.

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