Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners District 9
Jeremy Peters is director of music publishing at Ghostly International and Ghostly Songs, an Ann Arbor-based record label and music publishing firm. He is active in the Democratic Party and has served in several appointed positions within the city of Ann Arbor. This is his first bid for elected office.
Currently Peters serves on the Ann Arbor zoning board of appeals and is on the board of the nonprofit 826michigan, serving as vice president. He is a former member of the Ann Arbor planning commission. He’s also a partner and co-founder of Quite Scientific Records, an Ann Arbor independent record label.
Peters is a professional vocalist and earned his bachelor’s degree in political science and music from the University of Michigan. He lives on Ann Arbor’s west side.
Peters is an official write-in candidate for the District 9 seat, but his name will not appear on the ballot. The only candidate on the ballot is Conan Smith, who resigned as county commissioner effective Aug. 20, 2016 so that he could apply for a job with the county.
Jeremy Peters: In The News
Pizza House owner says new development has 'cleaned up' South U – MLive, June 8, 2016
51-unit condo development near downtown Ann Arbor headed to City Council – MLive, May 17, 2016
Commission rejects controversial South Pond Village development – MLive, Feb. 18, 2016
Preview: Matthew Dear at the Blind Pig – Pulp (Ann Arbor District Library blog), Jan. 18, 2016
Municipal Millennials – Concentrate, March 21, 2014
A Ghostly Friend: September’s Supporter of the Month is Jeremy Peters – 826michigan, September 2013
Better Know a Panelist: Ghostly Song’s Jeremy Peters – Billboard, Aug. 23, 2010
Michigan music hits South by Southwest: Day Three – AnnArbor.com, March 20, 2010