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Wayne

Countywide
(1109 of 1109 pcts.)
County executive
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Denis Curran (R) 162,324 26%
Warren C. Evans (D) 455,126 74%

Commissioner
3rd District
(89 of 89 pcts.)
T. P. Nykoriak (R) 914 4%
Martha G. Scott (D) 24,315 96%
9th District
(52 of 52 pcts.)
E. Jason Blankenship (D) 26,066 44%
Terry A. Marecki (R) 32,676 56%
10th District
(51 of 56 pcts.)
Joe Barone (R) 28,169 48%
Melissa Daub (D) 30,749 52%
15th District
(48 of 48 pcts.)
Patrick D. O'Connell (R) 18,354 39%
Joseph Palamara (D) 28,341 61%

3rd Circuit Court judge - non-incumbent
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
John C. Cahalan 186,836 17%
Tracy E. Green 208,213 19%
Bridget Mary Hathaway 229,774 21%
Delicia Coleman Morson 102,762 9%
Suzette Samuels 138,656 13%
Regina Thomas 220,199 20%

27th District Court judge - non-incumbent
One 6-year termVotesVote %
Elizabeth L. DiSanto 9,983 75%
Dino Papadopoulos 3,243 25%

31st District Court judge - incumbent
One partial term ending Jan. 1, 2021VotesVote %
John Fitzgerald Gorniak 855 20%
Alexis Grace Krot * 3,390 80%

36th District Court judge - incumbent
11 6-year termsVotesVote %
Roberta C. Archer * 89,186 9%
Christopher M. Blount * 76,857 8%
Donald Coleman * 82,699 9%
Ruth Ann Garrett * 93,492 10%
Duane R. Johnson 41,338 4%
Alicia Jones-Coleman * 100,331 10%
Deborah Lewis Langston * 88,500 9%
William C. McConico * 67,996 7%
Donna Robinson Milhouse * 82,886 9%
Kevin F. Robbins * 72,575 8%
David S. Robinson Jr. * 74,120 8%
Aliyah S. Sabree * 92,520 10%

Detroit
(623 of 623 pcts.)
Charter commission
Nine 3-year termsVotesVote %
Chase L. Cantrell 29,207 4%
Emily Dabish 35,399 5%
Graham Davis 42,728 6%
Michael R. Griffie 36,205 5%
Taylor Harrell 38,738 5%
Karissa Holmes 48,464 6%
Laura A. Hughes 55,922 7%
Quincy Jones 57,961 8%
Richard Mack 53,675 7%
Denzel Anton McCampbell 43,605 6%
Byron Osbern 43,305 6%
Tracy Peters 56,016 7%
Nicole Small 56,734 7%
JoAnna Underwood 60,569 8%
Carol Weaver 64,299 8%
Barbara Anne Wynder 48,550 6%

Detroit Public Schools Community District
(623 of 623 pcts.)
Board member
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Terrell George 28,451 11%
Natalya A. Henderson 23,362 9%
Deborah Hunter-Harvill 43,858 17%
Deborah Elaine Lemmons 25,081 9%
M. Murray 11,104 4%
Reverend David Murray 34,985 13%
Britney Sharp 26,356 10%
Shannon Smith 34,910 13%
Corletta J. Vaughn 36,624 14%

Allen Park Public Schools
(11 of 11 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Guy M. Desjardins 2,325 10%
Janine Hall 2,700 12%
Michael J. Klein 3,849 17%
Paul A. Klenczar 1,689 7%
Robert Loyd 4,334 19%
Jeannette MacDonald 4,173 18%
Julia Sheppard 3,850 17%

Belleville Area District Library
(18 of 18 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Mary Jane Dawson 7,897 22%
Barbara Gates 7,097 20%
Sharon C. Peters 7,419 21%
Linda Priest 6,952 19%
Tanya Y. Stoudemire 6,342 18%

Dearborn Public Schools
(52 of 52 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Afaf Ahmad 2,659 5%
Billy Amen 4,505 8%
Khalil El-Saghir 4,991 9%
Aman Fidama 5,192 9%
Roxanne McDonald 10,504 19%
Adel Mozip 9,517 17%
Cyndi Parrelly 6,474 12%
Jim Thorpe 10,817 20%

Dearborn Heights Crestwood School District
(14 of 14 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Donna Ancinec 3,596 24%
Salwa Fawaz 4,339 29%
Kevin Sauve 3,402 23%
Lynne Senia 3,593 24%

Dearborn Heights School District 7
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Bill Dishroon 962 13%
Carrie Harleton 1,762 23%
Marcia LeBar 1,822 24%
Jonathan Premo 1,276 17%
Karen Whisler 1,829 24%

Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Susan Almaliki 1,157 35%
Mandy Diroff 2,146 65%

Ecorse
(4 of 4 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Alen Marchena 499 21%
Lamar C. Tidwell 1,824 79%

City council
Six 2-year termsVotesVote %
Donald Agee Jr. 838 8%
Brenda R. Banks 824 8%
Darcel Brown 1,241 12%
Nathaniel Elem 785 8%
Robert G. Hellar 912 9%
Montel Love 885 9%
John E. Miller Jr. 892 9%
Roger Parker Sr. 836 8%
Gary W. Sammons 474 5%
DeVonte Sherard 960 10%
Nakeeta O'Brien Stewart 618 6%
Stacy Wheeler 793 8%

Treasurer
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Charles A. Hunter II 670 33%
Marilyn Oliver 1,383 67%

Ecorse Public Schools
(4 of 4 pcts.)
Sinking fund
Levy 3 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,335 59%
No 918 41%

Flat Rock
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Millage proposal - roads
Proposal adds 1 mill for road repair, placement, maintenanceVotesVote %
Yes 1,962 51%
No 1,889 49%

Garden City
(10 of 10 pcts.)
Charter amendment No. 1 - mayoral vacancy
Once mayoral vacancy is filled via election, Mayor Pro-Tem resumes place on council, with person filling Mayor Pro-Tem's place on council will be on council during time in which Mayor Pro-Tem is acting as mayor.VotesVote %
Yes 7,259 76%
No 2,300 24%

Charter amendment No. 2 - Mayor Pro-Tem
The council member receiving second-highest number of votes will act as Mayor Pro-Tem if leading vote-getter is unable.VotesVote %
Yes 7,654 79%
No 2,000 21%

Charter amendment No. 3 - meeting attendance compensation
Replace meeting attendance compensation contingency for council members with flat rate of $2,880 per year.VotesVote %
Yes 4,346 46%
No 5,009 54%

Gibraltar School District
(11 of 11 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Scott Edward Beaudrie 2,706 14%
W. Curt Boller 3,022 15%
James A. Crapko 3,044 15%
Lisa M. Darville 3,721 19%
Paul Panter 3,510 18%
Steve Szabados 3,701 19%

Grosse Ile Township
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Millage proposal - roads
Levy 2 mills for 12 years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,413 46%
No 2,803 54%

Grosse Ile Township Schools
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
John Gatti 2,555 37%
Steve R. LeMoine 1,673 24%
Suzanne Sassack 2,689 39%

Grosse Pointe Park
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Millage proposal - streets
Levy 1 mill for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,549 71%
No 1,883 29%

Grosse Pointe Public Library
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Millage renewal
Renew levy of 0.6847 mills for eight years.VotesVote %
Yes 22,137 74%
No 7,691 26%

Grosse Pointe Public Schools
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Christian A. Fenton 8,777 15%
Christopher L. Lee 9,897 17%
Wendy Saigh 8,966 15%
Walt Schwartz 2,453 4%
John Shook 8,382 14%
Brian C. Summerfield 9,923 17%
Margaret Weertz 10,970 18%

Bond proposal
Levy 1.82 mills in 2019, then 2.21 mills annually to repay $111,040,000 bond over no more than 21 years.VotesVote %
Yes 16,557 55%
No 13,303 45%

Harper Woods Schools
(4 of 4 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Curtis E. Blackwell II 1,621 19%
Kayetta Holly 1,412 17%
Terry Hughes 1,248 15%
Ernestine Lyons 1,015 12%
Gowana Mancill 751 9%
M. Joan Mannino 956 11%
Alicia McKay 1,370 16%

Henry Ford College
(52 of 52 pcts.)
Millage proposal - operating expenses
Levy 1 mill for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 23,529 70%
No 9,914 30%

Highland Park
(7 of 7 pcts.)
City council
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2019VotesVote %
Khursheed Ash-Shafii 787 33%
Kendrich Bates 1,601 67%

Highland Park School District
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Shamayim Harris 891 13%
Greg Johnson 844 12%
Lorne McGee 738 11%
Justin Petty 550 8%
Mark Ashley Price 528 8%
Cheryl Sanford 981 14%
Linda Gaye Wheeler 1,243 18%
Janet Spight White 1,151 17%

Huron Township
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Trustee
One partial term ending Nov. 20, 2020VotesVote %
Angela Cady (R) 3,418 54%
David Haener (D) 2,925 46%

Lincoln Consolidated Schools
(19 of 19 pcts)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Darrell T. Kirby 5,392 31%
Connie Marie Newlon 6,464 37%
Yoline Williams 5,603 32%

Lincoln Park
(12 of 12 pcts.)
City council
Six 2-year termsVotesVote %
Donna Breeding 5,866 17%
Michael S. Higgins 4,545 13%
Larry F. Kelsey 3,728 11%
Tom Parkinson 3,457 10%
Lylian Ross 4,637 13%
Carlos Salcido 4,942 14%
Sean Stansberry 2,831 8%
Eric Szor 3,275 9%
Rikki Varieur 2,123 6%

Clerk
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Kerry Kehrer 5,523 57%
Frank Vaslo 4,142 43%

Lincoln Park Public Schools
(12 of 12 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Kathy M. Carter 5,308 39%
Branden Henderson 3,369 25%
Dawn M. Johnson 4,807 36%

Livonia Public Schools
(53 of 53 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Colleen Burton 26,266 31%
Anne Demeter 16,841 20%
Liz Jarvis 21,240 25%
Mark R. Johnson 20,593 24%

Melvindale
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Charter amendment - term limits
Eliminate term limits for the city clerk.VotesVote %
Yes 1,219 43%
No 1,628 57%

Northville
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Bond proposal - streets
Levy 0.9787 mills in 2019, and 0.9763 annually to repay $3,050,000 bond over no more than 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,473 69%
No 1,102 31%

Northville Public Schools
(14 of 14 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Roland Hwang 9,221 27%
Angela Jaafar 8,784 25%
Suzanne Lynn 9,303 27%
James Mazurek 7,387 21%

Northville District Library
(14 of 14 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Suzanne Schimanski-Gross 7,569 24%
Alan Somershoe 5,619 18%
Deborah L. Stanifer 7,575 24%
Thomas L. Thompson 5,389 17%
Nicholas A. Vlisides 5,214 17%

Northville Township
(12 of 12 pcts.)
Trustee
One partial term ending Nov. 20, 2020VotesVote %
M. Aslam (D) 6,235 41%
Chris Roosen (R) 8,898 59%

Plymouth Area Recreational Authority
(16 of 16 pcts.)
Millage proposal - performing arts center
Levy 0.75 mills for 20 years.VotesVote %
Yes 8,945 42%
No 12,372 58%

Plymouth Township
(12 of 12 pcts.)
Millage proposal - public safety
Levy 1.2 mills for 18 years.VotesVote %
Yes 9,073 57%
No 6,914 43%

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools
(53 of 53 pcts.)
Board member
One 6-year termVotesVote %
Leonardo Savage 25,456 56%
Anupam Chugh Sidhu 19,602 44%

Board member
Partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Aamina Ahmed 21,586 47%
John T. Lazarowicz 23,987 53%

River Rouge
(5 of 5 pcts.)
City commissioner
Six 4-year termsVotesVote %
Randy Bellfi 235 3%
Gary Burgess 370 4%
Patty Campbell 1,147 13%
Daniel Cooney 860 10%
Tina Miller Laginess 809 9%
Donald Love 296 3%
Lashanna Mitchell-Stinson 742 9%
Derek J. Perry 1,077 13%
Percy Pierce Jr. 987 12%
Mark Pruneau 765 9%
Karen Ward 1,230 14%

River Rouge School District
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
William Campbell 1,152 20%
Vicki Dobbins 947 16%
Darryl Folks II 967 17%
Deborah Roundtree Harper 1,016 18%
Tina Hernandez 754 13%
Keith Sabuda 905 16%

Riverview Community School District
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Matthew Dominski 2,405 24%
Michael Pelkey 1,730 17%
Matthew Toth 1,828 18%
Sheila Walker 2,090 21%
Megan Walter 1,907 19%

Bond proposal
Levy 0.76 mills in 2019, then 3.06 mills annually to repay $12,925,000 bond over no more than 15 years.VotesVote %
Yes 3,709 68%
No 1,706 32%

Sinking fund
Levy 2 mills for six years.VotesVote %
Yes 3,334 62%
No 2,013 38%

Romulus
(12 of 12 pcts.)
Millage proposal - police/fire
Levy 4 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 5,383 59%
No 3,806 41%

Romulus Community Schools
(13 of 13 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Theresa Beard 4,160 19%
Durrice Green 3,013 14%
Ed Martell 3,559 16%
Denisa Terrell 3,701 17%
John Thiede 3,146 14%
Ursula Wester 4,377 20%

Schoolcraft College
(139 of 139 pcts.)
Millage restoration
Levy 0.5038 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 82,926 56%
No 65,606 44%

Southgate Community Schools
(12 of 12 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Neil J. Freitas 4,697 34%
W. Kirk Hayhurst 4,159 30%
Rick Lamos 4,869 35%

Sumpter Township
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Trustee
One partial term ending Nov. 20, 2020VotesVote %
Jennifer Price (D) 1,545 43%
Tim Rush (R) 1,817 51%
Andrew Slovik (NP) 228 6%

Taylor School District
(29 of 29 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Ann Block 7,171 19%
Blaine Honeycutt 6,596 17%
Vicky Horth 6,859 18%
Nicole Krapohl 6,004 15%
David Meyers 6,735 17%
Thomas S. Zorn 5,389 14%

Trenton Public Schools
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Gerald R. Brown 3,457 29%
Maegan Davis Drake 4,434 37%
Sean Gearhart 4,049 34%

Van Buren Public Schools
(20 of 20 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Dionne Falconer 6,678 21%
Darlene Loyer Gerick 8,048 26%
Calvin H. Hawkins 6,864 22%
Amy Pearce 9,670 31%

Wayne
(N/A of 18 pcts.)
City council
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Ward 4
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Brian Ewanciw 2,069 45%
Anthony Wayne Miller 2,551 55%
Ward 5
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Eric Cleereman 1,210 28%
Kelly Skiff 3,184 72%
Ward 6
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Christopher Gietzen 1,952 43%
Phillip A. Wagner 2,558 57%

Wayne County Community College District
(738 of 921 pcts.)
Millage proposal - operating purposes
Levy 2.25 mills, replacing existing authorizations that would expire in 2020 and 2022.VotesVote %
Yes 250,406 65%
No 134,631 35%

Trustee - District 5
One 6-year termVotesVote %
Bryan Ferguson 10,991 32%
Denise Wellons-Glover 23,782 68%

Wayne-Westland Community Schools
(44 of 44 pcts.)
Bond proposal
Levy 4.48 mills in 2019, then 4.38 mills annually to repay $158 million bond over no more than 25 years.VotesVote %
Yes 20,298 65%
No 11,036 35%

Woodhaven-Brownstown School District
(17 of 17 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Shannon Bauer-Perry 5,386 18%
Laura Berry 6,135 21%
Bruce Burke 5,003 17%
Khalid M. Khan 3,103 11%
Joseph Manson 3,653 12%
Cara Pimer 6,187 21%

Wyandotte Public Schools
(10 of 10 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Kenneth Bearden 2,971 11%
Kathryn Petrowski Bedikian 4,084 15%
Theresa Crnkovich 4,109 15%
Spencer Genrich 2,014 8%
Cynthia Wilson Kinney 4,159 16%
Patrick J. Sutka 4,925 18%
Michael Swiecki 4,413 17%

Oakland

Countywide
(? of ? pcts.)
County commissioner
One 2-year termVotesVote %
1st District
(25 of 25 pcts.)
Michelle A. Bryant (D) 11,450 42%
Michael J. Gingell (R) 15,952 58%
2nd District
(26 of 26 pcts.)
Bob Hoffman (R) 16,836 64%
Danielle McCluskey (D) 9,455 36%
3rd District
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Michelle C. McClellan (D) 10,118 36%
Michael Spisz (R) 18,365 64%
4th District
(20 of 20 pcts.)
Tom Middleton (R) 15,862 61%
Ted Villella (D) 10,250 39%
5th District
(20 of 20 pcts.)
Tom J. Berman (R) 13,177 49%
Kristen Nelson (D) 13,611 51%
6th District
(20 of 20 pcts.)
Tarrie A. Duke (D) 9,638 39%
Eileen Kowall (R) 15,005 61%
7th District
(21 of 21 pcts.)
Karen J. Adams (D) 12,707 46%
Christine A. Long (R) 14,925 54%
8th District
(25 of 25 pcts.)
Toni Nagy (D) 10,947 39%
Phil Weipert (R) 16,926 61%
9th District
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Hugh D. Crawford (R) 12,475 46%
Gwen Markham (D) 14,556 54%
10th District
(21 of 21 pcts.)
David B. Foster (R) 2,168 14%
Angela Powell (D) 13,288 86%
11th District
(28 of 28 pcts.)
Ann Erickson Gault (D) 13,611 47%
Thomas E. Kuhn (R) 15,190 53%
12th District
(39 of 39 pcts.)
Cherie Horrigan-Happy (D) 14,391 43%
Shelley Goodman Taub (R) 19,219 57%
13th District
(23 of 23 pcts.)
Michelle Dinardo (R) 8,973 32%
Marcia Gershenson (D) 19,147 68%
14th District
(28 of 28 pcts.)
Bill Galvin (R) 12,589 43%
William Miller (D) 16,841 57%
15th District
(25 of 25 pcts.)
Adam Kochenderfer (R) 13,559 53%
Mary Ward (D) 11,819 47%
16th District
(21 of 21 pcts.)
Wade Fleming (R) 12,039 47%
Penny Luebs (D) 13,844 53%
17th District
(29 of 29 pcts.)
Jeremy Minkin (R) 3,321 12%
Nancy Quarles (D) 24,201 88%
18th District
27 of 27 pcts.)
Helaine M. Zack (D) 20,555 81%
Steven Zimberg (R) 4,914 19%
19th District
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Michael Ryan (R) 10,460 34%
Dave Woodward (D) 20,020 66%
20th District
(23 of 23 pcts.)
Chris Adams (R) 7,580 35%
Gary R. McGillivray (D) 14,185 65%
21st District
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Janet Jackson (D) 19,979 85%
Richard A. Van Camp (R) 3,604 15%

6th Circuit Court judge - non-incumbent
One 6-year termVotesVote %
Dan Christ 195,646 47%
Jake Cunningham 216,648 53%

43rd District Court judge - incumbent
One 6-year termVotesVote %
Keith P. Hunt * 15,428 78%
Jim Osak 4,235 22%

48th District Court judge - incumbent
One 6-year termVotesVote %
Diane D'Agostini * 38,467 64%
Amy Wechsler 21,800 36%

Berkley
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Bond proposal - community center
Levy 0.8837 mills in 2019, then 1.6335 mills annually to repay $15,375,000 bond over no more than 21 years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,352 49%
No 4,500 51%

Charter amendment - millage
Levy additional 2 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 6,131 70%
No 2,657 30%

Beverly Hills
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Council member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Rock Abboud 2,322 16%
Bob Borgon 1,303 9%
James Patrick Delaney 1,765 12%
John George 1,891 13%
Racheal Hrydziuszko 2,102 14%
Jack Lanigan 1,657 11%
Jon M. Oen 1,716 12%
Lee Peddie 1,776 12%

Bingham Farms
(1 of 1 pcts.)
Charter amendment - Proposition A
Village can dispose of personal property under $20,000 without approval of electorate.VotesVote %
Yes 366 56%
No 285 44%

Charter amendment - Proposition B
Village council can contract for a police department.VotesVote %
Yes 537 80%
No 134 20%

Charter amendment - Proposition C
Eliminate all references to Village Marshall.VotesVote %
Yes 537 84%
No 105 16%

Charter amendment - Proposition D
General laws of state control over village charter.VotesVote %
Yes 571 86%
No 93 14%

Charter amendment - Proposition E
Increase maximum fine for village ordinance violation to $500, and imprisonment not exceed 90 days in jail.VotesVote %
Yes 335 51%
No 318 49%

Charter amendment - Proposition F
Village will provide financial reporting in manner required by state law.VotesVote %
Yes 625 94%
No 37 6%

Charter amendment - Proposition G
Persons convicted of charter, village ordinance will be fined no more than $500 and imprisonment no more than 90 days, or 93 days if authorized by state law.VotesVote %
Yes 405 64%
No 224 36%

Birmingham Public Schools
(35 of 35 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Lory Dolan 7,527 13%
Amy Hochkammer 9,918 17%
Mike Lewis 7,387 13%
Nicole McKinney 10,939 19%
Mike Nummer 7,604 13%
Jennifer Rass 8,921 15%
Bob Saad 5,730 10%

Bloomfield Hills Schools
(35 of 35 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Howard Baron 7,703 16%
Jennifer Cook 9,519 20%
Lisa Efros 10,405 22%
Paul Kolin 8,592 18%
Jason Paulateer 5,624 12%
Anjali Prasad 6,377 13%

Brandon School District
(11 of 11 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Sarah Allen 3,061 23%
Melissa Clark 2,322 17%
Bob Eisiminger 2,222 16%
Sarah Leoni 1,613 12%
Diane Salter 2,608 19%
Susan Tower 1,670 12%

Millage renewal
Renew levy of 17.8706 mills for six years.VotesVote %
Yes 5,073 62%
No 3,054 38%

Brandon Township
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Trustee
One partial term ending Nov. 20, 2020VotesVote %
Marisa Prince (D) 2,524 37%
Jayson W. Rumball (R) 4,360 63%

Millage renewal - police
Renew levy of 4.25 mills for eight years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,361 61%
No 2,810 39%

Clarkston
(1 of 1 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Eric Haven 272 53%
Steve Percival 246 47%

Council member
One partial term ending Nov. 11, 2019VotesVote %
Michael E. Cascone 193 41%
David Marsh 279 59%

Council member
Three 2-year termsVotesVote %
Al Avery 262 20%
Sharron Catallo 245 19%
Rick Detkowski 309 24%
Hampton Swayne 138 11%
Sue Wylie 325 25%

Clawson
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Charter amendment 18-1
The publication of notices in at least five public places within city, in a newspaper, city's website, or other means appropriate.VotesVote %
Yes 4,204 74%
No 1,505 26%

Charter amendment 18-2
Delete Chapter 17 regarding Justice Court.VotesVote %
Yes 3,957 72%
No 1,511 28%

Commerce Township
(15 of 15 pcts.)
Special assessment millage - fire/rescue
Levy 2.8 mills for nine years.VotesVote %
Yes 12,305 63%
No 7,342 37%

Special assessment millage - police
Levy 2.9 mills for 11 years.VotesVote %
Yes 10,943 62%
No 6,668 38%

Farmington
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Charter amendment - Proposal 1
Levy up to 3 mills, at least half of which must be used for capital improvement, for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 3,109 62%
No 1,901 38%

Farmington Hills
(27 of 27 pcts.)
Charter amendment - road improvement millage
Levy additional special tax rate of up to 2.75 mills for local subdivision road infrastructure.VotesVote %
Yes 22,266 59%
No 15,666 41%

Farmington Public Schools
(31 of 31 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Pamela S. Green 21,794 42%
Jeff Grynaviski 8,761 17%
Mark Przeslawski 10,076 19%
Zach Rich 11,107 21%

Franklin
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Pedestrian lighting
Authorize construction, providing, or maintenance of a lighting system within downtown Franklin Road corridor.VotesVote %
Yes 1,338 71%
No 553 29%

Hazel Park Schools
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Laura Adkins 3,507 26%
Heidi Fortress 2,427 18%
Beverly Hinton 2,821 21%
Colin A. Houston 1,981 14%
Rachel Noth 3,007 22%

Holly
(2 of 2 pcts.)
President
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Nicole Edwards 624 31%
John Lauve 548 27%
Thomas McKenney 825 41%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Richard I. Kinnamon 803 24%
Rick Powers 827 24%
Chris Rankin 986 29%
Tim Terpening 772 23%

Charter amendment - meeting schedule
Council shall hold at least 12 regular meetings during the fiscal year.VotesVote %
Yes 1,732 82%
No 372 18%

Holly Area Schools
(14 of 14 pcts.)
Bond proposal
Levy 2.42 mills in 2019, then 2.27 mills annually to repay $38,150,000 bond over no more than 24 years.VotesVote %
Yes 7,519 60%
No 4,941 40%

Huntington Woods
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Bond proposal - sewer/road
Levy 0.77 mills in 2019, then 1.57 mills annually to repay $7,845,000 bond over no more than 16 years.VotesVote %
Yes 3,441 84%
No 664 16%

Huron Valley Schools
(29 of 29 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Sean L. Carlson 12,411 27%
Denise Lynn Forrest 12,265 27%
Vanessa Lynn 9,489 21%
Rebecca S. Walsh 11,356 25%

Independence Township
(13 of 13 pcts.)
Millage proposal - roads
Levy 2 mills for four years.VotesVote %
Yes 9,313 51%
No 8,898 49%

Lake Orion Community Schools
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Bond proposal
Levy 0 mills in 2019, then 3.99 mills annually to repay $160 million bond over no more than 20 years.VotesVote %
Yes 12,137 55%
No 9,786 45%

Madison District Public Schools
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Johnathon Beaver 1,166 14%
Michael M. Hohner 1,098 13%
Mark Holcomb 1,410 17%
Debra Ott 1,691 20%
Beth M. Scott 1,534 18%
Gloria Thompson 1,590 19%

Board member
Partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Barbara Kastle 1,632 28%
Amanda Locklear 2,069 36%
Alexander Marr 1,111 19%
Seit Selimi 941 16%

Milford
(3 of 3 pcts.)
Charter amendment - Proposal 1
Council members and president shall be paid $7.50 per meeting, or a maximum of $375 per year.VotesVote %
Yes 1,601 47%
No 1,777 53%

Charter amendment - Proposal 2
Replace two millages with new levy of 2.9 mills for 14 years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,148 64%
No 1,210 36%

Novi Community School District
(13 of 13 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Punita S. Dani 5,647 26%
Bhavani Koneru 3,427 16%
Mary Ann Roney 5,732 27%
Tom Smith 6,775 31%

Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
George Kortlandt 2,969 26%
Danielle Ruskin 4,680 41%
Tracey L. Stevenson 3,812 33%

Oakland Community College
(N/A of N/A pcts.)
Board of Trustees
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Paul Curtis 110,299 18%
Pamala M. Davis 132,133 21%
Danarius Monroe Hemphill 54,213 9%
Christine Marie O'Sullivan 134,630 22%
Margaret E. Perry 111,908 18%
Bob Storc 73,960 12%

Oakland Township
(8 of 8 pcts.)
Millage renewal - land preservation
Renew levy of 0.631 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 6,521 69%
No 2,994 31%

Ortonville
(1 of 1 pcts.)
President
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Tonja Brice 313 55%
Coleen Skornicka 261 45%

Trustee
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Ana Cole 213 17%
Pat George 238 19%
Anthony Graybill 113 9%
Larry Hayden 215 17%
Mark A. Robinson 269 22%
James Austin Webb 186 15%

Oxford
(1 of 1 pcts.)
Proposal 1 - real property
Council has authority and approval to sell vacant land at Maple and Dayton streets.VotesVote %
Yes 941 63%
No 553 37%

Oxford Community Schools
(11 of 11 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Korey M. Bailey 5,196 20%
Erick Foster 5,492 21%
Chad M. Griffith 5,816 23%
Mary Hanser 5,609 22%
Kallie Roesner 3,538 14%

Oxford Township
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Millage proposal - parks and recreation
Levy additional 1 mill for 15 years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,805 48%
No 5,149 52%

Rochester
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Charter amendment - Proposal 1
Remove specific expenditure thresholds and purchasing procedures from charter.VotesVote %
Yes 4,480 76%
No 1,402 24%

Royal Oak
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Millage proposal - public transit
Levy 1.25 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 11,045 35%
No 20,094 65%

Millage proposal - sidewalks
Levy 0.75 mills for six years.VotesVote %
Yes 11,330 36%
No 20,242 64%

School District of the City of Pontiac
(33 of 33 pcts.)
Board member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Bethany Blackburn 4,384 8%
Kenyada Bowman 6,136 12%
Eisha Branner 5,018 10%
William A. Carrington 5,974 11%
ShaQuana Davis-Smith 7,462 14%
Peter Durham 3,448 7%
Albert Hodge 3,316 6%
Suave LaVallis 3,243 6%
Dubrae L. Newman 2,240 4%
George Rogers 3,970 8%
Caroll Y. Turpin 7,176 14%

South Lyon Community Schools
(N/A of N/A pcts.)
Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Tina Hamblin 4,575 35%
Carrie Hanshaw 8,419 65%

Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2022VotesVote %
Craig Dashner 6,698 54%
Daniel Schwegler 5,682 46%

Southfield Public Schools
(36 of 36 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Michael Beneson 5,807 13%
Dennis L. Cotton 5,356 12%
Eric D. Jenkins 8,630 20%
Darrell B. Joyce 8,998 21%
Leslie Love Smith 14,574 34%

Springfield Township
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Millage renewal - police
Renew levy of 1.4778 mills for eight years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,948 68%
No 2,307 32%

Sylvan Lake
(1 of 1 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Ben Clarke 567 26%
Brian D. Etter 372 17%
Steven Petersen 298 14%
Joseph Salemi 440 20%
Michael Zubrzycki 504 23%

Charter amendment - Proposal 1
Replace two millages, replace with millage that levies 7 mills for public safety for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 625 61%
No 397 39%

Troy School District
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Replacement millage proposal
Levy 21 mills for eight years.VotesVote %
Yes 20,124 70%
No 8,649 30%

Walled Lake
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Millage proposal - Michigan Airline Trail
Levy 0.5 mills for six years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,294 45%
No 1,574 55%

Walled Lake Consolidated Schools
(41 of 41 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Peggy Casagrande 21,005 40%
Greg Pavuk 12,596 24%
Marc A. Siegler 19,424 37%

Waterford School District
(28 of 28 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Margaret Bryce 9,182 21%
Kent Douglas 7,299 16%
John Himmelspach 9,158 21%
Julie Josselyn 9,361 21%
Joan Sutherland 9,349 21%

Waterford Township
(21 of 21 pcts.)
Bond proposal - community center
Levy 0.84 mills in 2019, then 0.84 mills annually to repay $30 million bond over no more than 21 years.VotesVote %
Yes 13,087 42%
No 17,970 58%

West Bloomfield School District
(3 of 17 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Julie Beaty 7,695 27%
Carol Finkelstein 7,983 28%
David Flaisher 4,978 17%
Nelson Hersh 7,922 28%

White Lake Township
(12 of 12 pcts.)
Millage proposal - parks and recreation
Levy 0.30 mills for six years.VotesVote %
Yes 7,829 52%
No 7,168 48%

Wolverine Lake
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Charter amendment - Proposal 1
A regular village election will be held on second Monday each March on odd-numbered year.VotesVote %
Yes 1,698 85%
No 311 15%

Charter amendment - Proposal 2
Remove 1964 election provisions, and terms of council members will begin at time set and next council meeting.VotesVote %
Yes 1,634 84%
No 318 16%

Charter amendment - Proposal 3
Petitions for prospective candidates be filed by 4 p.m. of the 15th Tuesday before the general November election.VotesVote %
Yes 1,552 81%
No 365 19%

Charter amendment - Proposal 4
Only nomination petitions which conform to charter and state law will be accepted for elected officers.VotesVote %
Yes 1,620 84%
No 312 16%

Charter amendment - Proposal 5
The Oakland County Board of Canvassers will canvass votes of village.VotesVote %
Yes 1,613 81%
No 373 19%

Charter amendment - Proposal 6
Establish by ordinance council members and president shall be paid $5 per officially called meeting.VotesVote %
Yes 1,214 61%
No 776 39%

Charter amendment - Proposal 7
No person shall hold any elective office unless they have been village resident for one year.VotesVote %
Yes 1,299 62%
No 788 38%

Charter amendment - Proposal 8
Eliminate $1,500 threshold for the purchase and sale of materials, supplies and public improvements. Council will establish new threshold.VotesVote %
Yes 1,099 53%
No 971 47%

Charter amendment - Proposal 9
Appointees filling vacancies shall serve until next regular village election.VotesVote %
Yes 1,582 81%
No 367 19%

Macomb

Countywide
(246 of 338 pcts.)
County executive
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Mark A. Hackel (D) 208,559 67%
Joseph M. Hunt (R) 103,534 33%

County clerk/register of deeds
Partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Fred Miller (D) 172,109 51%
Lisa Sinclair (R) 162,494 49%

County commissioner
One 2-year termVotesVote %
1st District
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Mary Ellen Childs (R) 8,191 37%
Andrey Duzyj (D) 14,191 63%
2nd District
(26 of 26 pcts.)
Gary Boike (R) 9,041 38%
Marvin E. Sauger (D) 14,562 62%
3rd District
(26 of 26 pcts.)
Lawrence Joseph Behr (R) 7,890 31%
Veronica Klinefelt (D) 17,505 69%
4th District
(22 of 22 pcts.)
Carole Chi (D) 10,455 48%
Joseph V. Romano (R) 11,389 52%
5th District
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Talil Abrhiem (R) 9,479 41%
Robert Mijac (D) 13,433 59%
6th District
(29 of 29 pcts.)
James L. Carabelli (R) 16,982 61%
Ken Reid (D) 10,909 39%
7th District
(27 of 27 pcts.)
Don Brown (R) 21,670 70%
Michael E. LaBuhn (D) 9,127 30%
8th District
(23 of 23 pcts.)
Phil Kraft (R) 14,762 58%
James F. Munroe (D) 10,628 42%
9th District
(29 of 29 pcts.)
Kurt Broadbridge (R) 9,683 40%
Elizabeth A. Lucido (D) 14,809 60%
10th District
(26 of 26 pcts.)
Catherine Filus (L) 1,000 4%
Robert A. Leonetti (D) 14,571 51%
Barbara Zinner (R) 12,963 45%
11th District
(22 of 22 pcts.)
Harold L. Haugh (D) 13,299 60%
Joe Salvaggio (R) 8,689 40%
12th District
(31 of 31 pcts.)
Jeff Ford (R) 10,864 42%
Bob Smith (D) 14,858 58%
13th District
(30 of 30 pcts.)
Leon Drolet (R) 17,909 60%
Joanne Recchia (D) 12,158 40%

District court judge - non-incumbent
One 6-year termVotesVote %
39th District
(22 of 22 pcts.)
Alyia Marie Hakim 9,752 46%
Kathy Tocco 11,394 54%

Circuit Court judge - 16th Circuit
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
James M. Biernat 136,958 19%
Jennifer M. Faunce 150,718 21%
Edward A. Servitto Jr. 146,575 21%
Mark Switalski 140,975 20%
Tracey A. Yokich 133,441 19%

New judgeship - 16th Circuit
One 8-year termVotesVote %
Julie Lynn Gatti 145,094 63%
Elizabeth A. Pyden 86,914 37%

Macomb Community College
(324 of 338 pcts.)
Board of Trustees
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Jonathan Brockway 44,360 11%
Roseanne DiMaria 124,472 31%
Joan Flynn 101,742 25%
Eugene F. Groesbeck 74,307 18%
Garry Watts 59,637 15%

Almont Community Schools
(8 of 8 pcts.)
Non-homestead millage
Levy up to 18 mills for eight years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,211 57%
No 1,644 43%

Sinking fund - Headlee override
Increase limit of levy to 1 mill.VotesVote %
Yes 1,744 45%
No 2,097 55%

Anchor Bay School District
(15 of 15 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Diane Caldwell 3,312 16%
Jon DeRoo 4,475 22%
Marybeth Jamieson 3,410 16%
Ki Knowlin 670 3%
Mike Moses 3,765 18%
Virginia Shepherd 3,014 15%
Stephen J. Zarlinski 2,022 10%

Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2022VotesVote %
Patrick Green 5,826 55%
Larry Smith 4,802 45%

Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Lisa Birkmeier 4,841 46%
Shawn Elliott 3,240 31%
David M. Zedan 2,450 23%

Armada Township
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Trustee
Two partial terms ending Nov. 20, 2020VotesVote %
Rachel Achatz (D) 1,089 24%
Anita Bednar (D) 580 13%
Jim Fulner (L) 96 2%
Jim Goetzinger (R) 1,496 33%
Steve Nikkel (R) 1,302 29%

Special assessment millage - fire
Increase special assessment millage from 1.5 mills to 1.75 millsVotesVote %
Yes 1,464 56%
No 1,147 44%

Center Line Public Schools
(10 of 10 pcts.)
Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Daniel Taylor 2,093 38%
Wendy Watters 3,446 62%

Chippewa Valley Schools
(44 of 44 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Kostandino Aiello 4,891 8%
Denise Aquino 18,899 32%
Grace Caporuscio 11,122 19%
George J. Sobah 11,883 20%
Robert Wojtowicz 11,796 20%

Bond proposal
Levy 0 mills in 2019, then 1.53 mills annually to repay $97,000,000 bond over no more than 25 years.VotesVote %
Yes 25,701 58%
No 18,381 42%

Clintondale Community Schools
(8 of 8 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Marc D. Alexander 1,021 14%
Thomas Evilsizer 783 11%
Ronald Fisher 1,625 23%
Stacey Kubbe 2,596 36%
Michael Manning 1,139 16%

Fitzgerald Public Schools
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Judy Lynn Furgal 2,639 42%
Sadia Jiban 1,375 22%
Julia Yokel 2,268 36%

Fraser Public Schools
(15 of 15 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Linda Corbat 5,768 29%
Ron DelVillano 4,662 23%
John W. Palimino Jr. 4,607 23%
Scott Wallace 4,882 25%

L'Anse Creuse Public Schools
(31 of 31 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Necole Cichowlas 8,198 23%
Hilary Dubay 14,333 40%
Amy Servial 13,089 37%

Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Adam Lipski 12,818 62%
Jeffrey Pegg 7,885 38%

Lakeview Public Schools
(8 of 8 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Michael Bayer 4,292 28%
James A. Kouri 3,516 23%
Benjamin Miners 4,238 27%
Gordon Miskelly 3,400 22%

Memphis Community Schools
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Board member
One partial term ending Dec. 31, 2020VotesVote %
Martin Cook 277 58%
Audrey O'Connor 197 42%

Mount Clemens Community Schools
(15 of 15 pcts.)
Board member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Alex Bronson 2,562 20%
Theresa Jarratt 3,619 28%
David McFadden 3,596 28%
Jason Monk 3,063 24%

Millage renewal
Renew levy of 18.2 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,993 64%
No 2,829 36%

New Baltimore
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Charter amendment - real property
Amendment regarding the sale, lease or disposal of real propertyVotesVote %
Yes 3,096 62%
No 1,925 38%

New Haven
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Trustee
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Jessica Belanger 852 28%
Tracy Bonkowski 813 27%
Ann Pridemore 808 26%
Daniel VanDeKerkhove 588 19%

New Haven Community Schools
(11 of 11 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Ebony M. Anderson 1,254 15%
Mark Goralczyk 1,906 23%
Val Pod 2,028 24%
Anthony Reeder 1,415 17%
Bobbie Scieszka 1,782 21%

Richmond Township
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Millage proposal - library
Levy 0.3 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 864 51%
No 817 49%

Romeo
(2 of 2 pcts.)
President
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Christine Malzahn 811 53%
Tadd Siglow 715 47%

Clerk
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Michael A. Lee 752 49%
Kathryn Trapp 769 51%

Roseville Community Schools
(14 of 14 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Michael J. Anderson 5,605 22%
Theresa Genest 7,042 28%
Ruth Green 7,035 28%
Gregory W. Scott 5,523 22%

Millage renewal
Renew levy of 27.55 mills for 20 years.VotesVote %
Yes 9,649 66%
No 5,011 34%

South Lake Schools
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Michael R. Damiani 3,726 33%
Kelly Gattuso 4,985 45%
Renard Morey-Greer 2,416 22%

St. Clair Shores
(23 of 23 pcts.)
City charter amendment
Changing minimum age of eligibility of mayor or council member from 25 to 21 years oldVotesVote %
Yes 11,091 38%
No 17,769 62%

Utica
(3 of 3 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Frank Czapski 703 35%
Thom Dionne 1,298 65%

Utica Community Schools
(74 of 74 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Kimberly Becker 21,625 16%
Alisa Diez 12,870 9%
Gene L. Klida 15,074 11%
Ken Krolczyk 18,618 13%
Suril Patel 10,159 7%
Kelli Rankin 28,584 21%
Paul Romanczuk 12,715 9%
Michele Templeton 19,756 14%

Bond proposal
Levy 0.89 mills in 2020, then 1.3 mills to repay $155,000,000 bond over no more than 16 years.VotesVote %
Yes 47,568 61%
No 30,012 39%

Van Dyke Public Schools
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Sinking fund
Levy 1 mill for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 3,429 65%
No 1,844 35%

Warren Woods Public Schools
(8 of 8 pcts.)
Board member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Mitchell Bonga 2,299 15%
Scott Hiller 2,967 20%
Donald Marx 2,066 14%
Michael Schulte 3,818 25%
Kay F. Walsh 3,937 26%

Washington Township
(10 of 10 pcts.)
Trustee
One partial term ending Nov. 20, 2020VotesVote %
Art Grimes (D) 3,837 31%
Gary E. Kopp (R) 8,384 69%