Here are the 21 candidates who applied for Oakland County executive position

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Posted at 6:16 PM, Aug 13, 2019
and last updated 2019-08-13 18:29:24-04

OAKLAND, Mich. (WXYZ) — Tuesday was the deadline to submit an application for the position of Oakland County executive, and 21 candidates successful entered the race.

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There is currently an interim executive in office following the death of longtime Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, who died at the age of 80 earlier in August.

Here are the 21 candidates listed:

Bandyk, David
Bartolotta, Anthony
Brackon, Mark
Condon, Vincent
Frankowski, Gary
Gallagher, Paul
Gossman, Timothy
Hazel, Randy
Hock, James
Howley, Kevin
Jones, W. Barnett
Kamber, Steven
Kimmerly, Kurt
Kryla, Shannon
Latella, John
Pope, Brandin
Secontine, Julie
Skaam, Ima
Stowers, Mark
White Jr., Steven
Woodward, David

The applications of 18 of the candidates are available to view on the Oakland County board of commissioners website here.

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Since Patterson's death, there has been a call for one of the board commissioners to resign after a 7 Investigation uncovered a push to delete emails.

The Oakland County Board of Commissioners will hold interviews Wednesday. The interviews will be public and broadcast on the board's website beginning at 9:30 a.m.

The interview schedule can be found here.

The board may announce the newly named executive at a meeting being held Friday, Aug. 16.