Planning to vote tomorrow? Remember, the Aug. 7 primary is partially closed, meaning voters can only choose candidates in either the Republican or Democrat section of the partisan ballot. Check here
Here's a look at the candidates and issues that you will see on your ballot:
Incumbent U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow is running unopposed in the Democratic primary for one of two Senate seats.
District 9: Due to redistricting, 9th District U.S. Rep. Gary Peters (D-Bloomfield Twp.) is now running in the 14th District. Bloomfield Township is now in the, Democratic incumbent U.S. Rep. Sandy Levin is running unopposed in the Aug. 7 primary, while Gregory Dildilian, of Royal Oak, and Don Volaric, of Clinton Twp., vie for the Republican nomination.
District 11: With the implosion of incumbent U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter's re-election campaign following a and a petition-signature scandal, the path to the .
The district now includes voters from Wayne and Oakland counties, including those in , beginning in January. There are currently five candidates for the open seat: Republican , a war veteran, reindeer farmer and teacher from Milford; of Novi, a declared write-in candidate; , a Canton Township board member; William F. Roberts, a political activist, and , of Canton, also a write-in.
The field for the Republican Party candidate to represent the Bloomfield area in the State House is crowded. Bloomfield Hills City Commissioner Oakland County Commissioner and Birmingham-based attorney David Potts, West Bloomfield attorney and Birmingham Board of Education Trustee Robert Lawrence will round out the GOP side of the ticket. On the ballot for Democrats is West Bloomfield's . All seek the open seat left by term-limited Rep. Chuck Moss (R-Birmingham).
Public Safety Millage
Voters will be asked More information about the millage is available .
Board of Trustees
All seven members of the will appear on the ballot and are running unopposed.
- Oakland County Executive: L. Brooks Patterson will seek another term (See ). He will be challenged by Republican E. Wadsworth Sherrod III in the primary. is the Democratic candidate.
- Oakland County Sheriff: Mike Bouchard will seek another term. He will be challenged by Republican James Stevens of Rochester Hills in the primary. Jane Felice Boudreau is the Democratic candidate.
- Oakland County Prosecutor: Mike Bishop, the Republican former Senate Majority Leader from Rochester, will challenge Democratic incumbent Jessica Cooper, of Franklin.
- Oakland County Clerk: Democrat Lisa Brown of West Bloomfield will challenge Bill Bullard, the Republican incumbent.
- Oakland County Treasurer: Republican Marty Knollenberg will challenge Democrat Andy Meisner.
- Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner: Republican John McCulloch will seek another term. Democrats Mark Danowski and Jim Nash will face off in the primary.
Because of redistricting, Bloomfield Hills and Bloomfield Township now fall into two different County Commission districts.
- District 12: Incumbent Shelley Goodman Taub, a Republican from Bloomfield Township, will face Democrat Paul Secrest of Bloomfield Hills in November.
- District 15: Incumbent Marcia Gershenson, a Democrat from Bloomfield Hills, faces Al Zaparackas of Farmington Hills in November.
- DIA Millage: Voters will be asked to support .2 mills for the Oakland County Art Institute Authority
- SMART Bus Funding: Voters will also decide a .59 mill proposal for the Oakland County Transportation Millage.