2012 Primary: Webster Township Supervisor John Kingsley Seeks Second Term

The Webster Township resident is running unopposed in Michigan's August 7 primary election.

Webster Township Supervisor John Kingsley, Jr. is seeking a second term in office. Kingsley was appointed as township supervisor in 2006 and was re-elected for a full-term in 2008.

Patch.com sent out a questionnaire to Kingsley, and the following is his responses.

Candidate: John Kingsley

Office sought: Webster Township Supervisor

Political affiliation: Republican

Occupation: Retired

Education: Eastern Michigan University (B.S.), Eastern Michigan University (M.A.).

Previous elected office: Webster Township Supervisor

What are two keys isses affecting your community? (1) Providing the best possible service to residents within a sound budget. (2) Providing public safety as affordably as possible.

How will you address these issues? No response.

Editor's note: Incumbent Republican Clerk Mary Dee Heller and incumbent Republican Treasurer Carol A. Whitney are also running unopposed. Neither candidate replied to a questionnaire sent by Patch.com. Six candidates are also running on the Webster Township Board of Trustees.


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