Voters will decide whether to essentially do away with Macomb’s February election.
Aldermen voted 6-to-2 Monday night to put a referendum on the March ballot that asks voters whether they want to eliminate the primary held in February of odd-numbered years.
Macomb city council members are still deciding whether to seek voter input on the future of the city’s February election.
It took a while, but Macomb city code finally defines the word "majority" to mean a number that is more than half.
The McDonough County clerk is asking the city to no longer hold a primary in February of odd-numbered years.