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November 01, 2012 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-11-01

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Dear Friends,
Thank you for the support you have
extended to me these past 12 years. It
has been an honor to serve as your
District Judge.
-Diane D'Agostini

politics

Jews On The Ballot

Harry Kirsbaum
Contributing Writer

I

State Representative 27th District
Ferndale, Pleasant Ridge, Hazel Park, Huntington Woods,
Royal Oak Township and Oak Park

Please join us in re-electing Judge Diane D'Agostini

Arthur Horwitz
Honorable Sidney Rubin
Benjamin H. Craine
Magistrate Howard Linden
David Knoll

Name: Ellen Cogen Lipton (D) Incumbent
Hometown: Huntington Woods
Family: Married, two children
Synagogue: Temple Emanu-El
Lipton, a patent attorney and Harvard Law graduate, holds a bachelor's degree
in chemistry from Williams College.

Steven L. Schwartz
Judge Marc Barron
Judge Kimberly Small
Magistrate Julie Nelson- Klein
Dr. Issac Grinberg

Mickey & Karen Shapiro
Kirt Bowden, Police Chief, Bloomfield Township
Kenneth Hurst, Police Chief, Keego Harbor
Michael Patton, Police Chief, West Bloomfield Township
Don Studt, Police Chief, Birmingham

Candidate quote: "I am committed to ensuring that all children have equal
access to quality public education, that there are well-paying jobs available
in our state, and that needed economic development resources are accessible
to grow Michigan's economy. My top priorities include ensuring our public
schools have adequate funding in order to prepare our children to compete
for 21st-century jobs; helping to make Michigan a leader in the industries of
tomorrow such as renewable energy; and preserving and protecting Michigan's
extensive natural resources:'
Running against: Ezra Drissman (R), whose information was unavailable.

"..A judge who prides herself on ensuring accountability in criminal cases, as well as
carefully guarding tax dollars. She is the court's chief judge and possesses not only a
deep knowledge and understanding of the law, but also an intimate familiarity with the
court's administration."
--Endorsed, Detroit Free Press

Paid for by the Citizens to Reelect Judge Diane D'Agostini, P.O. Box 7838, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

1791600

Oakland County Commissioner 18th District
Huntington Woods, Royal Oak, Ferndale Hazel Park, portion of
Oak Park

PAN

for Michigan State Representative
District 39

City of Wixom, Commerce Twp., West Bloomfield Twp.(part),
Village of Wolverine Lake

PAM JACKSON

• Professor of Mathematics, Construction Management, and Concrete
Construction Management at Oakland Community College
• Former small business owner - construction company
• Immediate Past President of Lakes Area Rotary Club
• Long-standing member of the community
• Mother of two children who graduated from Walled Lake Schools

IN LANSING PAM WILL

• Repeal the homestead and child tax increase
• Improve government accountability
• Invest in public education

• Protect the environment
• Protect small business

ENDORSEMENTS

Detroit free Press, Michigan Association of Realtors®, Michigan Professional Firefighters,
Michigan Nurses Association, Sierra Club, Michigan Education Association and many more.
I would be honored to be your next Michigan State Representative
of the 39th District and would like your vote on November 6, 2012
so that I may take your voice to Lansing

For more information: www.Pamjackson4StateNouse.com

Paid for by Pam Jackson 4 State House, 5736 Lancaster Lane, Commerce, MI 48382

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November 1 •

2012

n last week's Jewish News, we profiled several Jewish candidates who can
be found on the Oakland County ballot on Nov. 6. Below, we include three
more.

Name: Steven Zimberg (R)
Hometown: Huntington Woods
Family: Father of two children
Synagogue: "I am a charitable kohen [priestly descendant]
and welcomed in most synagogues, just not one exclusively"

Candidate quote: "Citizens must play a greater role toward changing the direc-
tion of government. Funding a $16 trillion adjustable mortgage to purchase water
to fill a bucket full of holes, whether in our county or country, and irrespective of
political affiliation, is just wrong. As individuals, we get it, and together we can
find many other more meaningful, common-sense solutions to strengthen our
families and communities. My special trait is the ability to spot issues, apply cre-
ative thinking and garner voting support. These unique and special qualities will
be a valuable addition to our County Board of Commissioners."
Running against: Incumbent Helaine M. Zack (D)

Oakland County Commissioner 17th District
Lathrup Village, portions of Oak Park, Southfield, Southfield
Township

Name: Milton Dzodin (R)
Hometown: Southfield
Family: Married, three children, one grandchild
Synagogue: Member of Shaarey Zedek Windsor since 1997

Candidate quote: "I have never been in office before and do not owe any
allegiance to any special interest groups. As the former owner of a small busi-
ness, I know how to work with all types of people and get the job done within
a budget. I can work with Democrats and Republicans. My goal is to reduce
spending and, therefore, reduce taxes. I have a lot of good ideas that will ben-
efit everyone. Bringing my business expertise and ideas, such as affordable
transportation, to everyone makes me an asset to Oakland County."
Running against: Incumbent Nancy L. Quarles (D)

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