Sara Cambensy

Candidates for Michigan House of Representatives District 109, Democrat Sara Cambensy and Republican Rich Rossway, debate local and state issues before the November 7 election in a special 1-hour program produced with WLUC-TV and the Mining Journal. 

MARQUETTE, MI--   Democratic candidate for Michigan’s 109th House seat, Sara Cambensy, is speaking out against campaign contribution bills headed to Governor Rick Snyder’s desk. 

The bills would let political candidates ask for unlimited amounts of money for Super PACs. Super PACs aren’t allowed to give money to candidates or political parties, but can spend as much as they want independent of the campaigns.

MARQUETTE, MI--   Three Marquette County Democrats have filed to run for the 109th House District seat vacated by the death of Representative John Kivela.

Marquette, MI - A Marquette City Commissioner has thrown her hat in the ring for the 109th State House of Representatives seat. Sara Cambensy made her announcement yesterday (Tuesday at the Peter White Library in Marquette. Cambensy says she chose the date of her announcement to coincide with ‘Tax Day’ because – quote - the most important issues our state needs to address revolve around our tax dollars and how they are being spent in Lansing – end quote.

MARQUETTE, MI--   A Marquette City Commissioner has thrown her hat into the race to be the 

representative for Michigan’s 109th District.

Sara Cambensy has filed paperwork for the post currently held by former Marquette mayor John Kivela, who is running for a third and final term. 

Both are running as Democrats, and will face each other in Michigan’s primary election August 2. 

Tuesday is the deadline to file paperwork to run for office.  

MARQUETTE, MI--   The City of Marquette and officials with the Eagle Mine have reached a tentative agreement for trucks going through the city from the mine to the Humboldt mill.  

WLUC-TV reports city Transportation Sub-Committee member Sara Cambensy says the agreement for an interim solution was reached Wednesday.

Cambensy says the agreement will focus on maintenance of and improvements to the city trucking corridor, and will provide an ordinance for east-west and north-south trucking routes.