The Arab American community hosted an event to support the re-election of Wayne County Executive Warren C. Evans.
Evans, a former Wayne County sheriff and Detroit Police chief, earned 68,471 votes when he won the race for county executive in 2014.
Since taking office, Evans has negotiated new, fiscally-responsible collective bargaining agreements with 12 of the 13 county unions and leveraged infrastructure investments in Livonia and Romulus to attract two new Amazon distribution facilities. In 2016, the administration invested $30 million toward 16 capital improvement projects on Wayne County’s roads and bridges, according to the County’s website.
Ismail Jomaa / Dearborn.org