Michael Taylor a Republican or Democrat?


Michael Taylor on Facebook

Michael Taylor speaks out on Facebook regarding whether he is a Republican or a Democrat:

“While collecting signatures today I was asked if I’m a republican or democrat three times. Let’s see…I’m in favor of lower taxes and less spending, but support gay marriage. I support immigration reform leading to citizenship, but am against abortion. I don’t deny climate change, and I oppose creationism in public schools, but I also oppose affirmative action and strongly support gun rights. I oppose Obamacare, but support withdrawal of troops from overseas. I support right to work but think marijuana should be decriminalized. I oppose the death penalty and voter ID laws, but wish the sequester would have been bigger. I wish my social security account was private, but oppose corporate subsidies. I’m embarrassed by republicans (Agema, McCain, Graham) but democrats are no better (Pelosi, Obama). One day of campaigning in and I’m already sick of the question. I’m neither a republican nor democrat.”

According to the Macomb County Elections Dept. Mike Taylor was a
Republican Precinct Delegate in 2013.  He also ran for Precinct Delegate in 2014 and won.  See Below:

2014 Precinct Delegate List in a PDF

OR: Scroll down to bottom of page and click on Precinct Delegates
Then click on the Republican Precinct Delegate tab.
Scroll down to Sterling Heights Delegates and look for Precinct 6.
Precinct 6 is allowed 3 delegates and Taylor’s name is #3


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The Sterling Eye is a group of well informed people who have been watching what has been happening politically around the area for some years and decided it was time to start informing the voters just what is going on in their local communities and in Macomb County.


‘All politics is local’.  Tip O’Neal, Speaker of the House

Sterling Heights INFO:

Sterling Heights Appointed Mayor and City Council

Appointed Mayor:  Taylor, Michael C.
Appointed Mayor Pro Tem:  Skrzyniarz, Doug
Council Person:   Koski, Deanna
Council Person:  Romano, Joseph V.
Council Person:  Schmidt, Maria G.
Appointed Council Person:  Shannon, Nate
Council Person:  Ziarko, Barbara A.


Sterling Heights City Election

Council elections on November 3

  • Last day to register is October 5
  • Absentee ballot requests have been sent out
  • All seniors can vote absentee just by filling out the request form
  • All others may vote absentee if you fill out the request form and
    check the reason you can’t get to the poll on Nov. 3

You may: Go to the clerks office and ask to vote early

* AV Ballots are scheduled to go out sometime around the first week in October
* There will be a televised Sterling Heights council candidate debate sometime before the election.  Watch for it on the City Cable Channel