Meet the candidates column The Huron Hub Posted Oct. 7, 2020
Editor’s note: As the 2020 election draws near, the residents in Huron Township would like to hear more about each candidate that is running for office or reelection.
Recently, every person running on the Huron Township ballot was invited to use The Huron Hub as a platform to get their voice heard. All letters in this column are submitted by the candidates themselves and are not edited by Huron Hub staff. Letters are posted in the order they are received, and candidates have until Oct. 12 to submit their letters. Letters will not be accepted from the candidates after Oct. 12.
Readers can access all candidate letters on a special section of HuronHub.com HERE.
The following letter was submitted by Angie Cady:
Hello, my name is Angie (Mercure) Cady and I am asking for your support for re-election as a
Trustee for Huron Township. I have served as a Huron Township Trustee for the past two
I grew up not far from here in Rockwood and moved to Huron Township in 2007 when I
married my husband, Mike, and became a parent to my three “kids by choice” – Samantha,
Sabrina and Jon.
I am a Sales Manager for a local broadcast television station and have worked in the media
business since 1997. I have an MBA from DePaul University and am a graduate of the
Honors College with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Western Michigan
University. I am a parishioner at St. Stephen Catholic Church and volunteer at their annual
festival. I have volunteered as President of the St. Stephen Parent Guild and other school
related activities, coached soccer and cheerleading and taught Sunday school.
I was raised with the understanding that being a part of a community means positively
participating in that community.
The past two years that I have spent as a Trustee for Huron Township has given me a
tremendous amount of insight into where we are as a township and the direction we need to
take to continue to grow. As a member of the Board of Trustees for Huron Township, I believe
we owe it to the residents of Huron Township to make sure we are communicating what is
happening in the Township.
I would like to continue to use the skills I have gained through my professional career to help
Huron Township to grow without losing its sense of community. I am asking for your vote in
the Tuesday, November 3rd General Election.