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More Campaign Events on the Calendar as General Election Nears

Daniel Prince

County Council candidate, state senator, and Union County Democratic Party all hosting events

As the November 8 general election draws near, more political events are on the schedule. County Council District 4 candidate Jennifer Wood has an event planned Saturday morning called Pancakes and Progress with Jennifer Wood. It will be held this Saturday from 8:30-10:30 at Tubo’s Place, at 129 Monarch Highway. Those attending can enjoy complimentary pancakes, shop with The Fairest Fit, and have some fun things for the kids.

This Monday, September 26, Senator Shane Martin’s campaign is hosting a Meet the Candidates community event at the Jonesville Fire Department, at 101 Webber Street in Jonesville. The event will be from 5:30-7:30 p.m., featuring a chance to meet Martin and some of the local Republican candidates, including Danny Bright, who is running for County Council District 1; Annie Smith, who is running for County Council District 4; and Phillip Russell, who is running for Union County Supervisor. The event is a chance to meet them, ask questions, and enjoy Midway BBQ.

On Saturday, October 8, the Union County Democratic Party is hosting its 3rd Annual Get Out the Vote Block Party. It will go from 1-4 p.m. at the L.W. Long Community Resource Center, at 213 West Main Street across from the courthouse. Partisan and nonpartisan candidates and elected officials are invited to come out and talk to those attending. Music will be provided by DJ Jahova, and a food truck will be on hand to purchase food from Do D Boot BBQ.

The general election is set for Tuesday, November 8. The last day to register to vote in-person at the Union County Voter Registration Office is Friday, October 7, at 5 p.m. Voter registration forms can be turned in by fax or email attachment but must be received by Sunday, October 9, or postmarked by Tuesday, October 11, if submitted by mail. Online registration through must be received by Sunday, October 9, as well. With redistricting complete in the city and county, it is a good idea to check your voter registration information to see if your district has changed. You can do that at

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