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(I)= incumbent  *=winner(s) of election

PORT HURON
all 10 precincts counted...unofficial results:
Mayor
Brian Moeller  1506
Pauline Repp (I)  1770 *

City Council (3 elected)
all 10 precincts counted...unofficial results:
Alphonso Amos  1083
Anita Ashford   1706*
Rachel Cole (I)  1575
Garth Gurnsey  822
Alan Lewandowski (I) 1628*
Domingo Ruiz (I)  1873*

Renewal of Street Millage Yes _____2152____  No __1076______



MARYSVILLE

Mayor
Daniel Damman  1,538 *
Gary Orr (I)              1,108

City Council (3 elected)
Harry Dunn (I)                  1,669 *
Joseph Johns (I)              1,437
David Barber                     1,590 *
Wayne Pyden                    1,839 *

ST. CLAIR

WARD 3 (2 elected)
Ed Kindsvater, Jr. (I)  127*
Bill Klieman                103
Jane Krebs (I)             124*

MARINE CITY

COMMISSION (3 elected)
Terrance Avery   313 *
Robert Blanchard  269
Dwight Hughes, Jr.  169
Dianne Lovett (I)  389 *
James Turner (I)   334 *

Special Assessment District for Police Services up to 3.5 mills 5 years   YES  172  NO 477

YALE
Proposals pass in Yale.
Police Protection 3mill increase five years (including 1.06 mill renewal)   YES 159  NO 93
Headlee override of general operating back to maximum allowed of 15mills  YES 129  NO 121

CROSWELL LEXINGTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

With most of the votes counted proposition one passed but two did not meaning the annexation plan failed to meet voter support.

1. Annexation with St. Clair County Community College

2. Just over 1.89 mill asking to fund the annexation

RICHMOND COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

With 75% of the vote in the bond was passing 54-to-45%

Nearly 13-million dollar bond issue for techno improvements, addition to the high school, re-equiping, purchasing school busses.

ARMADA SCHOOLS

With 100% of the vote counted both ballot proposals including an operating millage passed.

ROMEO SCHOOLS

With 87% of the vote in a bus bond proposal was passing 58-to-41 percent.

 


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