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A few names to consider on the
way to the polls.
Aleta Harris is stuck on
Jennifer Wallace and Stewart Watts.
In the Democratic race
for the newly created
14th District state Senate
seat, Pontiac resident
Gary Peters beat his chal-
lengers. He will face
David Warren Jr. in
Rep. David Gubow, of
Huntington Woods, ar.d
Dobb, • of Commerce
Township, won nomina
lion in the 35th District and 39th
District state House races. Rep.
Gubow will face Republican John
T. Fillicaro and Rep. Dobb will
run against 21-year-old Daniel
In local judicial contests, Alice
Gilbert and Bryan Levy received
the most votes in the race for the
newly created Oakland County
Circuit Court judgeship. The win-
ner will be decided in November.
In the race for Southfield's 46th
District Court, incumbent Susan
Moiseev and attorney Stephen
Korn received the most votes.
They will face-off in the general
James Miller, a Hazel Park
Republican who decided not to
campaign after making anti-
Semitic remarks and later reen-
tered the race, received 1,012
votes. His primary race was un-
Results from Oakland County
Commission races: Democrat
Steve Steinhardt will challenge
Kate Finn makes last-minute calls on
behalf of Lana Pollack.
Nancy Dingeldey in the 11th
District. Republican Incumbent
Shelley Goodman Taub won in
the 12th District. She will face
Democratic write-in Lynn
Shector. In the 20th District,
Democratic incumbent Lawrence
Pernick will face James Hardin.
Democrat Nancy Quarles re-
ceived the most votes in District
21. She will square-off against
Charles Kleinbrook. Republican
Kurt Kramer ran unopposed in
the 23rd District. On the
Democratic side, Gilda Jacobs,
Jon Aaron and James Doyon ran
as write-ins after incumbent
Dennis Aaron died last month.
Write-in results were not imme-
diately available. El
Phyllis Sykes at Pollack
Mallory Soffin helps her
mother, Karen, with an "I