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Birmingham needs to revise the City Charter after Michigan moved its filing deadlines for elections for the second time in three years.
Despite reports that Bloomfield Hills attorney Scott Romney is leading a poll of potential Republicans to replace U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, Romney said on Tuesday he won't be running.
Precinct 4, which votes at the First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, had the highest voter turnout in Birmingham at 82.9 percent.
Birmingham voters chose Mitt Romney over Barack Obama Tuesday night, as well as Republican Pete Hoekstra over the re-elected U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow.
A Birmingham city ordinance requires residents to clean up their political signs within three days after an election.
In addition, Bloomfield Hills Republican Mike McCready takes the 44th District State House seat and Shelley Goodman Taub is elected to the Oakland County Board of Commissioners.
So you're want to vote in Tuesday's general election, but where should you go? Here's a breakdown of Birmingham's precincts.
Get a sneak peek at the ballot before you head to the polls.
From opinion pieces to an in-depth look at the candidates and issues on tomorrow's ballot, here's what Birmingham residents need to know ahead of Tuesday's election.
Heading to the polls Tuesday? Here's a quick how-to for everything you need to know.
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