Now—more than ever—we need people who will fight to preserve our democracy and policies that will protect our rights.
In the November 2022 election, here's who and what you need to vote for to keep making progress in Livonia.
These are the people fighting to protect and expand our rights at the state level.
Gretchen WhitmerFor Governor Meet Gretchen
Garlin Gilchrist IIFor Lt. Governor Meet Garlin
Dana NesselFor Attorney General Meet Dana
Jocelyn BensonFor Secretary of State Meet Jocelyn
Kyra Harris BoldenFor Michigan Supreme Court Meet Kyra
Richard BernsteinFor Michigan Supreme Court Meet Richard
Rashida TlaibFor US Congress Meet Rashida
Dr. Pamela PughFor State Board of Education Meet Pamela
Dr. Mitchell RobinsonFor State Board of Education Meet Mitchell
Wayne County Elections
These are the people working on behalf of Wayne County.
Glenn AndersonFor County Commissioner Meet Glenn
Charise AndersonFor 3rd Circuit Court Judge Meet Charise
Lakena CrespoFor 3rd Circuit Court Judge Meet Lakena
Nicholas HathawayFor 3rd Circuit Court Judge Meet Nicholas
Anne Marie McCarthyFor 3rd Circuit Court Judge Meet Anne Marie
Mark SlavensFor 3rd Circuit Court Judge Meet Mark
Regina TriplettFor 3rd Circuit Court Judge Meet Regina
These are the people looking after Livonia itself.
Mary CavanaghFor State Senate District 6 Find Your District Meet Mary
Dayna PolehankiFor State Senate District 5 Find Your District Meet Dayna
Matt KoleszarFor State House District 22 Find Your District Meet Matt
Laurie PohutskyFor State House District 17 Find Your District Meet Laurie
Stephanie YoungFor State House District 16 Find Your District Meet Stephanie
Colleen BurtonFor Livonia School Board Meet Colleen
Liz JarvisFor Livonia School Board Meet Liz
Mark JohnsonFor Livonia School Board Meet Mark
The legislation we need to protect our rights as a state.
Proposal 1: Voters for Transparency and Term Limits
This proposal reduces the number of years lawmakers can serve in the Michigan Legislature, from 14 to 12, as well as increases the number of disclosures required for lawmakers in order to make financial assets, benefits, and gifts more transparent for Michiganders.
Proposal 2: Promote the Vote
This proposal will help enhance the integrity and security of our elections. Modernizing elections will help ensure every vote counts and will make it more secure—and convenient—for working parents, military families, elderly voters, rural voters, and voters with disabilities to vote.
Proposal 3: Reproductive Freedom for All
This proposal will help guarantee that every person has the right to reproductive freedom and the ability to make decisions without political interference about all matters relating to pregnancy, including birth control, abortion, prenatal care, and childbirth.
A record number of voters—over 730,000—read, understood, and signed a petition to assure RFFA is on the ballot in November. Learn more about the proposal.
What you need to know to vote responsibly in Livonia.
When can I vote?
Tuesday, November 8th. Voting is open from 7am - 8pm.
You can vote early via absentee ballot or by visiting the Livonia City Clerk's office at City Hall. Early voting begins September 29th.
Where can I vote?
You can find your polling location on the Livonia website. View the map.
You can also vote early by requesting an absentee ballot or visiting the City Clerk's office at City Hall. Apply for an absentee ballot.
Where can I get help?
Susan Nash, the Livonia City Clerk, oversees elections in Livonia. Contact her office at: (734) 466-2230
Or visit them at:
33000 Civic Center Drive
City Hall, 1st Floor
Livonia, MI 48154
Livonia has been affected by the recent redistricting in Michigan. To see detailed maps of the final districts, visit the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission website: Find information here.