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Preserving the Canvas of Our Lives

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Your Vote Matters.

Election Day is August 6th!



Putting His Experience
to Work

As an experienced professional in both architecture and business, Christopher eagerly anticipates leveraging his background and expertise to benefit the Charter Township of Oakland as the next Treasurer on the Board of Trustees. He recognizes that effective leadership extends beyond fiscal responsibility and legal compliance—it must also consider residents’ needs and the community context. Christopher, along with his wife Jessica and their children, proudly represents the 4th and 5th generations of his family in Oakland Township. With a deep appreciation for the township’s unique character, historical context, and natural features, he is committed to actively contributing to its leadership. Christopher’s motivation was sparked when he became aware of a special land use request in his neighborhood, highlighting the importance of responsible leadership to preserve Oakland Township’s cherished identity. 

As Treasurer, Christopher acknowledges that an organization’s financial choices mirror its values and priorities. He remains committed to balancing financial objectives and effective management, significantly contributing to the township’s overall well-being and decision-making.


Join our Movement



Financial Stewardship

Let's prioritize financial management to ensure complete transparency and prevent any unnecessary waste! A top priority is keeping your taxes low while providing the best possible services for our amazing community. This commitment ensures that every dollar is spent wisely and efficiently, providing you with peace of mind in your investment in Oakland Township.


Responsible Development

Let's ensure that all proposed developments align with the community values captured in our Master Plan and highlighted in the Zoning Ordinance! By doing so, we can prevent reckless proposals for special land use and protect against negative impacts. This will help us maintain the integrity, property values, and aesthetic appeal.


Resident Voice

Let's support the amazing input from our community through the Master Plan process! It is clear that our residents are passionate about preserving and enhancing our township's unique rural historical character while also protecting our precious natural features and viewsheds. Let's work together to make our vision a reality!



Let's safeguard the Oakland Township Millage, a vital funding source for our community's progress and advancement while receiving equitable property tax assessments and valuations from the County Assessor's office to secure a promising future for Oakland Township.



The upcoming election is fast approaching. Below are key dates:

NOW: Request an absentee ballot online or submit a paper application.


JUNE 27: First day that you can vote in person, with an absentee ballot, at your city or township clerk’s office.


JULY 22: Last day to register to vote online or by mail (starting July 23, you’ll need to register in person at your city or township clerk’s office with proof of residency).


JULY 23: For most voters, this is the last day to drop your ballot in the mail.


JULY 27: First day of the mandatory early voting period.


AUGUST 4: Last day of the mandatory early voting period.


AUGUST 5 at 4 p.m.: Deadline to vote in person, with an absentee ballot, at your city or township clerk’s office if you’re registered to vote where you live.


AUGUST 6: ELECTION DAY! Polls are open 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. local time. If you need to register to vote, you can register and then vote at your city or township clerk’s office until 8 p.m.

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