Voters head to primary polls Tuesday

Voters going to the polls Aug. 7 will choose candidates for federal, state, county and district judge seats. The following are the county and district candidates on the Aug. 7 primary ballots.

Wayne County

Republican: No candidates.
Democrat: Incumbent Kym Worthy, Detroit; Angelo Brown, Detroit; David Jones, Detroit

Wayne County Sherriff
Republican: Shelly Milton, Belleville; Taras Nykoriak, Hamtramck.
Democrat: Incumbent Benny Napoleon, Detroit; Mohamad Hammoud, Dearborn; Mike Thomas, Detroit.

Wayne County Clerk
Republican: Adam Adamski, Inkster; Werner Klein, Dearborn.
Democrat: Incumbent Cathy Garrett, Detroit; Gail Bernard Detroit.

Wayne County Treasurer
Republican: No candidates.
Democrat: Incumbent Raymond Woijtowicz, Hamtramck; Phil Cavanaugh, Redford Township; Calvin Harris, Detroit; Beverly Kindle-Walker, Detroit; Robert Robinson, Detroit; Lillie Skinner, Detroit; Devon Twilley, Detroit; Taissa Williams, Detroit.

Wayne County Registrar of Deeds
Republican: No candidates.
Democrat: Incumbent Bernard Youngblood, Grosse Pointe Farms; Willie Burton, Detroit.

4th Wayne County
Commission District

(Lincoln Park, Melvindale)
Republican: George Bailey, Detroit; Ken Larkin, Lincoln Park.
Democrat: Incumbent Ilona Varga, Lincoln Park; Tyrone Carter, Detroit.

13th Wayne County
Commission District

(Allen Park)
Republican: J. Scott Saionz, Dearborn.
Democrat: Incumbent Gary Woronchak, Dearborn.

14th Wayne County
Commission District

Republican: Darrell McNeill, Taylor.
Democrat: Incumbent Raymond Basham, Taylor; Edward Boike, Taylor; Yolanda Sims, Southgate.

15th Wayne County
Commission District

(Riverview, Southgate, Trenton Wyandotte)
Republican: Connie Clark, Southgate.
Democrat: Incumbent Joseph Palmara, Grosse Ile.

23rd District Court
Incumbent Judge Geno Salomone will run uncontested.

27th District Court
(Riverview, Wyandotte)
Incumbent Judge Randy Kalmbach will run uncontested.

33rd District Court
Incumbent Judge Michael McNally will run uncontested.

Riverview bond issue
Voters will decide on a proposal for Riverview Community Schools to borrow $32 million for school improvements. The bonds must be repaid in 30 years.

(Compiled by Andrea Poteet)