Registered voters in the
State of Michigan, U.S.A.
in alphabetical order
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O, Dien
 . . . to Oaks, Brandon Ray


Oaks, Brandon Winslow
 . . . to Obanion, Linda Marlene


Obanion, Linda Sue
 . . . to Oberle, Angela Josephine


Oberle, Aric Paul
 . . . to Oberst, Linda Darlene


Oberst, Mandy Kristen
 . . . to Obradovich, William Michael


Obradovich-Rowe, Judy Kay
 . . . to Obrien, Diana Lynn


Obrien, Diane Angela
 . . . to Obrien, Kimberly Rose


Obrien, Kim Charles
 . . . to Obrien, Samantha Carmenlita


Obrien, Samantha Joann
 . . . to Obryant, Ronald B


Obryant, Rose
 . . . to Ochmanek, John Charles


Ochmanek, Megan Lynn
 . . . to Ockert, Michele Anne


Ockert, Molly Irene
 . . . to Oconnell, Thomas Franklin


Oconnell, Thomas James
 . . . to Oconnor, Janice Marie


Oconnor, Jared Francis
 . . . to Oconnor, Patrick Wayne


Oconnor, Patrick William
 . . . to Oddo, Baldassare


Oddo, Barbara Ann
 . . . to Odell, Johnny Russell


Odell, John Paul
 . . . to Odett, Wayne Russell


Odett, William Russell
 . . . to Odom, Keith Alan


Odom, Keith William
 . . . to Odonnell, Nancy Jo


Odonnell, Nancy Marie
 . . . to Odziana, Dennis Paul


Odziana, Doreen Santioni
 . . . to Oetman, Jodi Lynn


Oetman, John Arthur
 . . . to Ogbennah, Eugene


Ogbennah, Eugene Nnagozie
 . . . to Ogilvie, Duncan Paul


Ogilvie, Eleanor W
 . . . to Ogorman, Shawn Patrick


Ogorman, Sherri Daneen
 . . . to Ohalloran, Kristina Casey


Ohalloran, Lia Rose
 . . . to Ohearn, Zachery Kenneth


Ohearn-Brennan, Susan Maureen
 . . . to Ohrt, Diane Marie


Ohrt, Heidi Florence
 . . . to Okamoto, Helen Ruth


Okamoto, Ian Sage
 . . . to Okennedy, Gertrude Mary


Okennedy, Maura Patricia
 . . . to Okuly, Jaimie Elise


Okuly, James Edward
 . . . to Oldaker, Helen Mary


Oldaker, James W
 . . . to Olds, Barbara Jean


Olds, Barbara Jeanne
 . . . to Oleary, Patricia Ann


Oleary, Patricia Ann
 . . . to Olenick, Catherine Anne


Olenick, Deanna Lynn
 . . . to Oleynik, Scott Richard


Olfield, Helen E
 . . . to Olivanti, Jeanette Mae


Olivanti, Mary Jacquelin
 . . . to Oliver, Chad Matthew


Oliver, Chad Robert
 . . . to Oliver, John Thomas


Oliver, John Vernon
 . . . to Oliver, Robert Lawrence


Oliver, Robert Lee
 . . . to Oliveto, Barbara Ann


Oliveto, Brian David
 . . . to Ollio, Brandon Marshall


Ollis, Amie Lea
 . . . to Olney, Annette Marie


Olney, April June
 . . . to Olsen, Connie Myra


Olsen, Coral Marie
 . . . to Olsen, Ricky Eugene


Olsen, Riley Michael
 . . . to Olson, Cassandra Miranda-Ruth


Olson, Cassidy Hope
 . . . to Olson, James Timothy


Olson, James W
 . . . to Olson, Mary Beth


Olson, Mary Beth
 . . . to Olson, Steven Charles


Olson, Steven David
 . . . to Olszewski, Stacey Lynn


Olszewski, Stanley Charles
 . . . to Omalley, J Peter


Omalley, Judith Rose
 . . . to Ombrello, Johnny Paul


Ombrello, Joseph Dominic
 . . . to Onder, Sevim


Onder, Soner
 . . . to Oneal, Keila Rose-Faye-Lynn


Oneal, Keisha Michele
 . . . to Oneil, Judith Anne


Oneil, Judy Gayle
 . . . to Oneill, Gregory


Oneill, Gregory William
 . . . to Onesi, Donald Robert


Onesi, Janet E
 . . . to Onwuegbuna, Michael Ndubisi


Onwuegbuna, Stephanie Adora
 . . . to Oosterman, Myron G


Oosterman, Robert Myron
 . . . to Opfermann, Chad Patrick


Opfermann, Christopher Micheal
 . . . to Oppliger, Emily Louise


Oppliger, Eric David
 . . . to Oravitz, Nancy Shirley


Oravitz, Naomi Anne
 . . . to Ordway, Corey John


Ordway, Crystal Dawn
 . . . to Orgeck, Larry A


Orgeck, Michael Thomas
 . . . to Orlando, Tina Marie


Orlando, Tony
 . . . to Orme, Kyle Timothy


Orme, Laura Shannon
 . . . to Orosz, Shirley Heather


Orosz, So Ping
 . . . to Orozco, Petrita


Orozco, Phillip James
 . . . to Orr, Lydia Verlita


Orr, Lyle Downer
 . . . to Orsette, Michael Thomas


Orsette, Michelle Patricia
 . . . to Ortez, Ingrid Edith


Ortez, Jesus C
 . . . to Ortiz, Julianna Marie


Ortiz, Julie Ann
 . . . to Ortmann, Annette


Ortmann, Barbara Jean
 . . . to Orzechowski, Stella J


Orzechowski, Stephen Michael
 . . . to Osborn, Craig Steven


Osborn, Crystal Ann
 . . . to Osborn, Stephen John


Osborn, Stephen Ray
 . . . to Osborne, Karen Lillian


Osborne, Karen Marie
 . . . to Osburn, April Kay


Osburn, April Michelle
 . . . to Osentoski, Tess


Osentoski, Thomas
 . . . to Osika, Allison Marie


Osika, Andrea Lee
 . . . to Osment, Anne Laurie


Osment, Babette Marie
 . . . to Ossiff, Frank Theodore


Ossiff, Jennifer Rae
 . . . to Osterhouse, Mark W


Osterhouse, Patricia Anne
 . . . to Ostosh, Andrew Christian


Ostosh, Anthony
 . . . to Ostrander, Theresa Maria


Ostrander, Theresa Marie
 . . . to Ostrowski, Patricia Lynn


Ostrowski, Patrick David
 . . . to Oswald, Lawrence Joseph


Oswald, Lawrence Kenneth
 . . . to Otis, Dominic Richard


Otis, Donell Jessie-Ralph
 . . . to Ott, Gina Marie


Ott, Ginger Renee
 . . . to Ottenbreit, Concetta Jean


Ottenbreit, Darlene Faye
 . . . to Otto, Jason Charles


Otto, Jason Guy
 . . . to Ouderkirk, Heather Marie


Ouderkirk, Heidi Lynne
 . . . to Ouimette, David William


Ouimette, Diane Marie
 . . . to Ouwinga, David Ross


Ouwinga, Deborah Joanne
 . . . to Overdier, Timothy Roy


Overdorf, Desiree Louise
 . . . to Overmyer, Denice Elaine


Overmyer, Dennis Allen
 . . . to Ovesen, Gwendolyn Eleanor


Ovesen, Isaac Anthony
 . . . to Owen, Gary Eugene


Owen, Gary Evan
 . . . to Owen, Travis Christopher


Owen, Travis Richard-Wright
 . . . to Owens, Dandre Davaughn


Owens, Danelle Brooke
 . . . to Owens, Jeff Dean


Owens, Jeffery Charles
 . . . to Owens, Mary Louise


Owens, Mary Louise
 . . . to Owens, Steven Mitchell


Owens, Steven Patrick
 . . . to Owsley, Miranda Ann


Owsley, Miriam Elizabeth
 . . . to Ozarowski, Timothy John


Ozarowski, Tracy Lynne
 . . . to END

Struggling just to get by?



     A lot of folks are suffering from a high rate of unemployment, and they want more help from the government.

     Always look for the libertarian chess moves before asking the government to help you out of a problem the government created. More government involvement means more corruption, more patronage.

     Consider this chess move: Abolish all zoning restrictions. Detroit residents cannot vote in the affluent suburbs, because they live in Detroit; and they cannot move into the affluent suburbs because of the high cost of housing, resulting from outrageous “snob” zoning restrictions. However, Michigan residents can elect candidates to the Michigan Legislature who want to preempt all municipal zoning restrictions.

     Abolish zoning, and many homes will be torn down, eliminating yesteryear’s lead paint, aluminum wiring and asbestos. Buildings meeting today’s code will be constructed. This will produce an immediate abundance of jobs in demolition and construction.

     City bureaucrats review a site plan. Even in areas where apartment houses are legal, they will ask, “Where are the tenants going to park their cars?” which is like asking where they will land their helicopters. Bureaucrats force builders to pave paradise and put up a parking lot, on land that could house more persons. Without parking, the rent would have to be reduced to attract tenants without automobiles. City Hall robs walkers of this natural discount, forcing them to pay for a parking lot they don’t need. Some victims think they are dependent on politicians for a hand-out, such as a rent subsidy.

     Abolish zoning and folks will be able to live closer to where they can work, shop, or gather to drink alcohol. An abundance of new housing will mean landlords scrambling to find tenants for half of the rent they’re getting today. Families will have more money left over to spend, and that always means more jobs.

     When unemployment goes down, wages go up.

     Always look for ways to repeal problems instead of enacting “solutions” that only involve more taxes and more bureaucracy.