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Providing the Backbone of County Government

The Saginaw County Clerk’s office in many ways serves as the backbone of county government, responsible with supervising all national, state & local elections, along with administering Michigan’s Campaign Finance Reporting Act, as well as processing applications for passports, notary public, marriage licenses...

09th June, 2016 | 0 Comments

A Day in the Life

Former teacher & educator Susan Kaltenbach has occupied the seat as Saginaw County Clerk for sixteen years and withstood four challenging elections since she first took office back in the year 2000, focusing her talents upon tending to the numerous and detail-oriented duties that are associated with this position.

09th June, 2016 | 0 Comments

Public Meeting Scheduled June 9th at Michigan Lutheran Seminary

Citizens and property owners living in the Westside Saginaw area of Congress, Mackinaw, Adams Boulevard, Gratiot and surrounding areas need to be aware of plans that are in the works to transform the current St. Stephens Parish Campus, located at 2711 Mackinaw Street into a Homeless Shelter for teenagers and young adults up to 16-26 years of age who have either dropped out of high school, or been suspended or expelled and are not permitted to attend their local public high school.

08th June, 2016 | 0 Comments

New Few Schedule Necessitated for Television & Cathode Ray Tube Computer Monitors

Area residents will have more opportunities than ever this summer to safely dispose of their troublesome household wastes, including paint, household chemicals and electronics. Mid Michigan Waste Authority’s problem waste program has expanded to include 5-6 drop-off days per month.

02nd June, 2016 | 0 Comments

Since the Saginaw County Dredge Material Disposal Facility (DMDF) was built at the end of Marlbourne Road in Zilwaukee Township, it has drawn intense controversy.  The DMDF has been the subject of legal battles, citizen protest, public support and scrutiny.

27th May, 2016 | 0 Comments

Conflicting Signals Being Sent by Governor?

A district court judge in Otsego County ruled that the Michigan State Police cannot detain a MMMA patient during a traffic stop to “verify” the patient has the lawful amount of medical marijuana. 

13th May, 2016 | 0 Comments

Older Democrats are in for a big November surprise because the Clinton family machine has rigged democracy in the primaries.

Apparently establishment power did not get the memo in 2008 that these people do not want nor will tolerate another Bush nor Clinton.

20th April, 2016 | 0 Comments

And a large chunk of these voters as it stands will not be voting for Hillary Clinton in the general election.

They are a vast group of disaffected voters who have given up on the system. They are largely made up of people who no longer vote or never voted before. They are not as some often think taking away votes from Hillary Clinton. What they are in fact are voters that the Democratic Party has never had or no longer have. Like “The Occupy Movement” and “Black Lives Matter Movement”

05th April, 2016 | 1 Comments

New Bill Could Land on Snyder’s Desk Next Week

Both the pro-marijuana and anti-fracking groups are relatively close to the 252,523 valid signatures needed to get these issues on the state’s November ballot, but they have one problem: some of the signatures are too old.

26th March, 2016 | 0 Comments

As if Gerrymandering, Super Delegates, and Electoral Colleges Weren't Enough...

At what point do we start questioning the democracy of the elections in our country?

24th March, 2016 | 0 Comments

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