An Oakland County judge has ordered Troy officials to hold an election in May to choose a replacement for the Detroit suburb’s recalled mayor.
The city attorney in Troy has sent a letter to the State Elections office hoping to avoid a lawsuit over a special election for mayor.
Let’s get on with business. That’s what the latest mayor of Troy is saying, following the recent recall election of Mayor Janice Daniels.
The mayor of Troy, Janice Daniels, has been recalled.
The effort to recall Janice Daniels has succeed after she was targeted for her remarks against a homosexual lifestyle and voting against a new transit center for the city.
“Had I been with a group of smokers I might have said I would like to bring a doctor into this meeting to say that smoking is dangerous,” Janice Daniels said.
Ninety-two percent of the nearly 8,000 required signatures are said to have been received by the group called “Recall Janice Daniels”.
One of two petitions aimed at recalling Troy Mayor Janice Daniels was approved by the Oakland County Elections Commissions.
A group has formed seeking to recall Troy mayor Janice Daniels, who has been criticized for voting to reject federal funding for a new transit center and drawn attention for an anti-gay slur.
Fallout from the Troy mayor’s use of the word “queer” continued Tuesday as the leader of a student association said it made some teens feel so hopeless they contemplated suicide.