NOW THERE ARE TWO

Birmingham resident Kelly Dillaha (D), who filed last fall to take on Birmingham Republican Chuck Moss for the 12th county commission seat now held by Shelley Goodman Taub (R-Bloomfield Township), has a primary opponent. William Gage of Bloomfield Township filed on February 11 with the county clerk's office for this race. A retired attorney who made his name in medical malpractice litigation, Gage tells Oakland Confidential that he is hoping to take his concept of “citizen politicians” to the county complex, noting that “government generally has become too distant from the citizens it is meant to serve.” The Democrat also added that he believes “a good government and a good economy should work for most of the citizens most of the time. I am hopeful, if successful, to find opportunities to translate that philosophy into political action.”

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