Michigan Representative Cynthia Johnson, D-Detroit, has been disqualified from the August primary election for not submitting all required campaign finance paperwork. A letter from Wayne County Clerk Cathy Garrett to Johnson dated Friday, May 20, stated that after a bureau review, Johnson had not submitted the filings and fees required under the Michigan Campaign Finance Act.
Michigan Rep. Cynthia Johnson, a Democrat from Detroit, has been disqualified from the ballot for the August primary for past due campaign filing fees, her campaign was informed by the Wayne County Clerk on Friday. Specifically, Johnson was disqualified for filing affidavits with the state in February and April to run for office without...
As the new director of Pinellas County Economic Development, Cynthia Johnson replaced Mike Meidel, who had been in the role for nearly two decades and retired in 2021. With new leadership comes new ideas and priorities and many are watching Johnson to see what course she steers the department on over the course of her first year.
Each week on “Digital Champions,” our host talks to media experts across the country. This week they sit down with Cynthia Johnson from Bell + Ivy. To learn more check out https://www.bellivy.com/. What is your company Elevator pitch when talking about your company?. Bell + Ivy is a personal and...
LANSING - Michael Varrone, 49, who called the state House of Representatives six times on Dec. 12, 2020, using one of those calls to threaten the life of state Rep. Cynthia A. Johnson (D-Detroit) and her family, has been ordered to stand trial. He faces two counts of making a false threat of terrorism and one count of making a false report of a bomb.
DETROIT – The problem of illegal dumping in Metro Detroit has only grown during the COVID pandemic. Michigan Rep. Cynthia Johnson (MI-5) introduced legislation that would crack down on those who are busted for illegal dumping. The has been garbage along Montgomery Street for months. Even flooding-related trash is still...
This month’s Coin of Distinction Recipient is Dr. Cynthia Johnson. Mr. Earl Clark, Jr. nominated Dr. Johnson. Dr. Cynthia Johnson, a Dooly County native is being nominated for a Dooly Coin of Distinction. Dr. Johnson is a community stakeholder and partner who is committed to working with our school system to improve outcomes for students and the entire community.
In what is described as a major tactical restructuring of the national and regional staffs of the Epic Records Urban Promotion Department, Cynthia Johnson and Cory “Sparks” Johnson have been promoted to Vice Presidents of Urban Promotion, it was announced today by the company’s EVP of promotion, Traci Adams, to whom both will report.
Epic Records Names Cynthia Johnson And Cory 'Sparks' Johnson VP/Urban Promotion And Restructures The Dept.
EVP/Promotions ADAMS said, “I am excited to have CYNTHIA join our team. She has built decades of experience in the music business establishing meaningful relationships and breaking new artists. She also serves as a driving force who elevates established artists to gold, platinum and multi-platinum status, while attaining countless #1’s on the charts.”