Congratulations, Democrats!

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Together we held and increased the majority of Democrats on the Oakland County Board of Commissioners.  Our votes in Oakland County contributed to the democrat majority that the Michigan House and Senate will have next term.  We voted and did our share to send back our Statewide Democratic team – the Governor, Secretary of State, and Attorney General.    Oakland County Democrats: let’s keep this momentum moving forward for our local elections in 2023 and this momentum will set the stage for 2024! When Democrats Vote …. We win! —

Nancy Quarles

Chair, Oakland County Democratic Party


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The great people who make up the Oakland County Democratic Party are the champions of working families in every city and township throughout our county. Please join us with your activism, your membership, your votes, and your voice as we stand shoulder to shoulder with all of our State and Local Democratic Leaders, Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Senator Debbie Stabenow, Senator Gary Peters, Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Congresswoman Haley Stevens, Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin, and Congressman Andy Levin.

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