Precinct 5 Voters Voting at the OPC

Notice of Room Change at the OPC Precinct 5 Voters Voting at the Older Persons' Commission Building, 650 Letica, Rochester, MI Voting at the OPC for Precinct 5 will be held in the Auditorium on the northeast corner of the building. Voters will now use the north parking lot. Precinct 5 is everyone east of the Stony Creek to the eastern City limit and north of Parkdale to the northern City limit. If you have any questions, please contact the City Clerk's Office at … [Read more...]

Op-Ed: Voter Rights, Voter Turnout, and a Vote Denied

Please Note: The article below is an opinion expressed by a Rochester Hills resident and in no way constitutes an endorsement by Rochester Media The Rochester Hills City Council violated its city charter by selling/leasing publicly owned land for oil exploration without a vote of the people. By denying a citizen vote they acted beyond their scope of authority. The Voter Rights Act of 1965 is a landmark piece of legislation. And while the Rochester Hills situation pales in comparison to the … [Read more...]

Why do I Vote?

Special Commentary by Dr. Eric B. Herfert, DC Why do I vote? This seems like a simple question, but the answer to the question is much deeper than most of us ever choose to think about. Do I cast my vote in elections "to win," when "winning" requires me to vote for individuals opposed to the Word of God and opposed to submission to Jesus Christ? Does how I vote require me to temporarily set aside the commands of God? Or do I vote to voice my "God quickened conscience" to a "fallen world" … [Read more...]