What Issues Will You Be Voting On?

UPDATE: We've noted the outcomes on each of the ballot proposal pages. Or check the Washtenaw County elections site for more results.

The Nov. 8 election isn't just about local candidates. Ann Arbor voters will also weigh in on city, county and regional ballot proposals. (It might be stating the obvious, but if you live in Ann Arbor, you also vote on county and regional/state proposals.) 

Click on the boxes below for information on proposals that Ann Arbor voters will see on their Nov. 8 ballots. Those issues include increasing the term limits for Ann Arbor mayor and city councilmembers, proposed taxes for county roads and veterans affairs, and a proposed regional transit tax.

For a list of all ballot proposals in communities throughout Washtenaw County, check out the county elections websiteAnd if you're ready to see a SAMPLE BALLOTclick here.


 
PROPOSAL to expand terms to 4 years for mayor and city council

PROPOSAL to expand terms to 4 years for mayor and city council

 REGIONAL Tax proposal for Public TRANSIT in southeast michigan

 REGIONAL Tax proposal for Public TRANSIT in southeast michigan

COUNTY Tax proposals for roads, veterans Affairs

COUNTY Tax proposals for roads, veterans Affairs

 

 

PROPOSALS ON THE NOV. 8 BALLOT:

Ann Arbor

Increasing Term Length for Mayor & City Council

Washtenaw County

Road & Non-Motorized Path Tax
Veterans Affairs Tax

Regional Transit Authority (RTA)

Regional Public Transit Tax



What if I don't live in Ann Arbor?

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