Democrat Cynthia Neeley and Republican Adam Ford won Special Primaries - State and Federal Communications

January 14, 2020  •  

Democrat Cynthia Neeley and Republican Adam Ford won Special Primaries

Michigan State Capitol - By Brian Charles Watson

Democrat Cynthia Neeley and Republican Adam Ford won the House District 34 special primaries held on January 7.

Less than 7% of Flint’s 62,242 registered voters participated in the special election.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer called the election after Cynthia Neeley’s husband, Sheldon was elected Flint’s mayor.

A general election is set for March 10.

The candidate chosen March 10 will finish the remainder of Sheldon Neeley’s term, set to expire on December 31, 2020.

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