CITY POLITICAL CANDIDATE COVERAGE CONTINUED.
We now present four more various candidates seeking election to their respective city’s political bodies. The candidates presented here today are: current Marquette Mayor John Kivela, who is running for re-election to the Marquette City Commission. Also featured today are three candidates in the running for the Negaunee City Council. Incumbents Steve Perucco and Jim Thomas as well as write-in candidate Michael W. Haines.
MARQUETTE CITY COMMISSION CANDIDATE.
MARQUETTE MAYOR JOHN KIVELA.
John Kivela is currently on the Marquette City Commission and is the Mayor of the City of Marquette. He is seeking re-election to the commission and says his current involvement with the commission has launched projects that need follow-through over the next several years and he hopes to be the person to continue on with those projects. To find out more about Mayor Kivela and hear his interview, please click “HERE“.
NEGAUNEE CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES.
MICHAEL W. HAINES
Michael W. Haines has an extensive background in education and is very passionate specific issues currently facing the City of Negaunee. He is one of the write-in candidates running in this election. He feels that the city’s finances have been routed in the wrong direction, with the focus on parks and recreation over infrastructure maintenance and proper staffing. To listen in to his ideas on how he would address these problems, and to find out more about him and his candidacy, please click “HERE“.
Steve Perucco is one of the incumbent candidates who is seeking re-election to the Negaunee City Council. He is interested in maintaining the relationships and programs already set in motion by the council and is hoping to continue various efforts in the city. For more information about his candidacy as well as his stances on various issues that are on the docket in Negaunee, listen to his interview by clicking “HERE“.
Jim Thomas is the other incumbent candidate running for the Negaunee City Council. He comes to the race with an extensive background in education as well as city politics and wants to maintain his presence on the city council during these difficult economic times. He says his experience makes him the best candidate for the job of council member. To listen to his thoughts and ideas from his interview, please click “HERE“.
THE CANDIDATE COVERAGE CONTINUES.
There will be one more candidate for the Negaunee City Council added to this list. Joel Jarvi is also running as a write-in candidate for the council and his interview will be posted here soon.