While all the attention on the November election has centered on statewide races for governor and Congress, there are other issues on the ballot.
Voters in several Michigan cities are being asked to make changes to their city charters in next month’s election.
For example, Kalamazoo voters are being asked if they want to make major changes to their roughly century-old city charter.
Kalamazoo voters elect their city commissioners every two years. The top vote-getter serves as mayor.