NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WXYZ) - There will be a new Northville Township Supervisor in November and he will be a republican.
The current Township Supervisor, Mark Abbo, is not seeking reelection.
There are three republicans running in the August primary and no democratic challengers, which means whoever wins the August primary will go on to become the Township Supervisor in November.
Edward F. Kriewall, Robert R. Nix and Christopher Roosen are running for the position.
All three have experience in local politics.
Kriewall is a former Novi City Manager. Nix is currently serving as chairman of the Northville Township Planning Commission. Christopher Roosen is currently serving his second term on the Northville Township Board of Trustees.
The Township Supervisor is a four-year term.
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