Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners District 9

Stuart Berry

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Stuart Berry

Stuart Berry is a senior environmental health & safety representative at the University of Michigan. He ran unopposed in the Aug. 7 Republican primary and faces Democrat Katie Scott on Nov. 6. This seat for District 9 on the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners has a two-year term.

On Aug. 7, he was also elected as a Republican Party precinct delegate in the City of Ann Arbor for Ward 5, Precinct 9.

Berry has previously run for other local elected positions, but has not prevailed in those races. In 2012 he ran for Ann Arbor City Council in Ward 5 against Democrat Chuck Warpehoski and was defeated, getting 17.92% of the votes.

In 2011, Berry also ran for a Ward 5 Ann Arbor City Council seat, facing Democrat Mike Anglin in the general election. Berry lost, getting 19.59% of the votes.

Berry is a director of the Tri-County Sportsmen's League, representing Region 4. The TCSL is based in Washtenaw County's York Township.

Berry lives in northwest Ann Arbor, near Haisley Elementary School. He is serving as treasurer for his campaign.

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Stuart Berry:  In The News

Outcomes of Washtenaw County Board Of Commissioner Races – WEMU, Aug. 8, 2018

Warpehoski wins only contested city council raceMichigan Daily, Nov. 7, 2012

Return of the GOP: The Tea Party revives a moribund party Ann Arbor Observer, November 2012

Ann Arbor City Council: Ward 5 RaceAnn Arbor Chronicle, Oct. 17, 2012

Berry vs. Warpehoski: 5th Ward candidates for Ann Arbor City Council disagree on role of, Oct. 11, 2012

Mike Anglin beats Stuart Berry in 5th Ward race for Ann Arbor City, Nov. 8, 2011

Challengers seek to unseat DemocratsMichigan Daily, Nov. 7, 2011

Three-Party MonteAnn Arbor Observer, November 2011

2011 Election Ward 5 City Council: Voters to choose Nov. 8 between Anglin and BerryAnn Arbor Chronicle, Oct. 15, 2011