Leland is an unincorporated community in the U.S. state of Michigan. It was the county seat of Leelanau County from 1883 to 2008, when a new government center was completed in Suttons Bay Township, closer to the county's geographic center. Leland is located in Leland Township, which provides local government services. It is on M-22 at the mouth of the Leland River (also known as the Carp River) on Lake Michigan. Leland is the departure point for ferry service to both North and South Manitou Islands. The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is nearby and Traverse City is about 25 miles to the southeast.

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Attorneys who practice election campaign and political law handle cases involving the financing of election campaigns by candidates and third-parties, ethics in candidate and election issue advertising, voter eligibility, eligibility to hold office, district mapping, and election procedures.