Vote for 6 on AUGUST 6, 2024! Democratic Primary in Lodi Township
BARRY WAULDRON for Supervisor
STEVE MARSH for Trustee
FINN ROBERTS for Trustee

Donate to Finn and Eric Roberts' campaigns now!

Community Profiles

Lodi Township   pop. 6400   ~56% DEM
Located along "Ann Arbor-Saline Rd," and northwest of Saline, Lodi Township's 7-member Board of Trustees are all Republicans who have never faced Democratic opposition. We Roberts are looking to recruit five more Democratic candidates and give our community a choice on the ballot.

Democratic candidates include:
Eric Roberts for Clerk (D)
Finn Roberts for Trustee (D)
Leslie Blackburn for Trustee (D)


Lima Township   pop. 4000   ~54% DEM
East of Chelsea is Lima Township, with a 5-member Board of Trustees that are all Republicans. This is the most recent municipality to lean Democratic and there's an opportunity to provide five new Democratic board members in this community between Chelsea and Dexter.

Democratic candidates include:


Webster Township   pop. 6600   ~56% DEM
Located north of Scio and Dexter, Webster Township has a 7-member Board with 4 Republican members and 3 Democratic members because not enough Democrats ran at all. The Republicans are Supervisor John Kingsley, Treasurer John Scharf, and Trustees John Westerman and Jeff Harms.

Current Democratic township officials:
Clerk Barbara Calleja
Trustee Dan Munzel
Trustee Shelley Vrsek

Democratic candidates include:


Check the Washtenaw County Clerk's Elections page for the most up to date list of candidates.


What does a supervisor, clerk, treasurer, and trustee do? Check out Michigan Township Association's "Running for Office" page!

Building the Bench

Let's get Democratic candidates in
Lodi, Lima, and Webster Townships!

Thanks to your leadership and steady hand, Washtenaw County has become a place where government delivers for the people, voting rights are protected, and folks inside and outside government collaborate to make a difference.

However, there is more work to be done. We need your help in recruiting Democratic candidates from a variety of backgrounds in Lodi Township, Lima Township, and Webster Township.

Why are we making this specific ask? Because no Republican has bested any Democrat in any race in these three townships since 2018, but there are still Republicans in these elected township roles because no Democrat filed to run in 2020.

Democrats that run for these positions stand a real shot at winning and leading with progressive values in these communities.

So tell a friend that would make a good public servant that 2024 is the time. Encourage folks to run as Democrats in these roles and coordinate with other candidates to give Democratic voters the opportunity to vote for Democrats to govern their townships.

Dates & Deadlines

Election Dates:
Tuesday, August 6, 2024 (primary)
Tuesday, November 5, 2024 (general)

Across Michigan, all township positions are up for election in presidential years, with an August 2024 primary and a November 2024 general election.

Filing Deadline: Tuesday, April 23, 2024 at 4:00pm (check when your Township is open this day, some close before the deadline)

Where to File: Township Clerk's Office in the Township where you are running.

Candidates in townships with populations under 10,000, like the three mentioned here, require 3-10 signatures from registered voters in the township to run. You can get partisan petition forms from the Township Clerk or County Clerk. Alternatively, township candidates can pay $100 for a place on the ballot.


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