Perspectives

Michigan Election Results

The results are in. Did your candidate get a seat in Lansing or D.C.? Who will be on your local School Board or City Council? Below are the tallied results for Michigan’s Election races.

Governor – Gretchen Whitmer (Democrat)

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Secretary of State – Jocelyn Benson (Democrat)

Attorney General – Dana Nessel (Democrat)

U.S. Senate – Debbie Stabenow (Democrat)

10th District Representative – Paul Mitchell (Republican)

25th District State Senator – Dan Lauwers (Republican)

32nd State Representative – Pamela Hornberger (Republican)

81st State Representative – Gary Eisen (Republican)

83rd State Representative – Shane Hernandez (Republican)

Proposal 1 – Legalization of Marijuana – Passed

Proposal 2 – Redistricting – Passed

Proposal 3 – Voting – Passed

St. Clair County Commissioner, 2nd District – Karl Tomion (Republican)

St. Clair County Commissioner, 4th District – Harry Dunn (Republican)

Mayor of Port Huron – Pauline Repp

Port Huron City Council – Anita Ashford, Lisa Beedon, Jeff Pemberton

Port Huron Board of Education – Joe Bixler, Laurie Oldford

Algonac City Council – Rocky Gillis, Jacob Skarbek, Mark Thompson

Algonac City Council partial term – Helen Meldrum

Algonac Board of Education – Philip Clark, Janice Pasko

Algonac Board of Education partial term – Raymond Privaloff

Brown City Board of Education – Theresa Kohler, Jeff Liebler, James Seidell, Michele Vilas

Brown City Treasurer – Tiffanie Bissett

Capac Board of Education – James Crane, Marie Killingbeck

Capac Village Council – Debra Hlubic, Mary Klug, Bruce Lawrence

Cros-Lex Board of Education – Kim Kerszykowski, Russel Nowiski, Joe Vitale

East China Board of Education – Karen Cedar, Jeanne Frank, Amy Murphy

Marine City City Commission – Jacob Bryson, Wendy Kellehan, Cheryl Vercammen

Marine City tax request – Passed

Marysville Board of Education – Michelle Kut, Ben Lasher, Kevin Palmateer, David Schmorrow

Sandusky City Council – Brad Harris, Larry Mitchell, Roger Williamson

Mayor of St. Clair – Bill Cedar, Jr.

St. Clair City Council 1st Ward – Ed Kindsvater, Jr., Mitchell Kuffa, III

St. Clair City Council 2nd Ward – Mike LaPorte, Thomas McCartney

St. Clair City Council 3rd Ward – Steven Ellery, Jon Watt

Yale Board of Education – Ron Charney, Dena French, Ruthann Reinelt

Burtchville Township fire tax renewal – Passed

Burtchville Township fire tax increase – Passed

Austin Township road tax – Passed

Bridgehampton Township road tax renewal – Not Passed

Worth Township road tax renewal – Passed

Peck School operating renewal – Passed

How do you feel about the results at both the State and Local levels? Let us know in the comments, or on our Facebook page.

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