July 27 2016 01:20 PM

Provided by the League of Women Voters

Timothy Currin

Party: Dem Biographical Info: Education: Some College

Q: 1. Please provide biographical information and experience, and explain why you are running for the office.

A: I am running for Delhi Township Supervisor because: I am a lifelong resident of Delhi. I went to Holt High School, I am on the board for Give a Kid Projects, member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, I retired from the Ingham County Sheriffs Office, and currently work for Holt Public Schools. Delhi Township is a great community, a community in which I am proud to call home. I believe all of us residents working together can keep Holt/Delhi in the top ten places to live in the State of Michigan. I will represent each and every resident. I believe I can bring fresh ideas and compassion to the office o f Supervisor.

Q: 2. What are the priority issues facing the office and what actions would you take to address them if elected?

A: I believe we need to continue the growth of Delhi Township, but also promote the business we have. We need to also keep improving our relationship with Holt Public Schools. We need to continue our efforts in regionalization with the other townships. We need to continue our support of the Police and Firefighters. I plan on being a voice for every citizen in Delhi Townships.


Guy L. Sweet

Party: Dem Biographical Info: Education: Washington and Lee University Law School (1982), Albion College (1979), Holt High School (1975)

Q: 1. Please provide biographical information and experience, and explain why you are running for the office.

A: I have lived in Delhi Township for over 50 years, and have been a Delhi home owner for over 30 years. For the past 33 years, I have been employed as an assistant prosecuting attorney for Ingham County. I am running for Township Supervisor because my community involvement and leadership experience has prepared me to lead the Board of Trustees for the next four years. I served as a Township Trustee and Planning Commissioner between 1984 and 1996, and gained a thorough understanding of how township government works. In addition, I have held leadership positions in my church, a local service club, and a labor organization that represented over 300 public sector employees. I learned how to run board meetings and get business done in a fair and efficient manner.

Q: 2. What are the priority issues facing the office and what actions would you take to address them if elected? A: I want to make the Township Supervisor’s office more accessible to the public. To accomplish this goal I will hold regularly scheduled office hours during which persons who live, work, or do business in the Township can meet with me and discuss their concerns. I will also make myself available to give presentations about township government to local service clubs, scout troops, church congregations and other organizations.


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