Latest Metro Detroit election results

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Wayne

Allen Park
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Gail McLeod 3,128 58%
Kevin A. Rourke 2,274 42%

Council member
Six 4-year termsVotesVote %
Charles Blevins 1,513 7%
Steve Gary 1,121 5%
Tony Lalli 2,936 13%
Daniel Loyd 2,870 13%
Dennis Marcos 1,502 7%
Brian McLellan 1,159 5%
David Michael Miller 1,353 6%
Chad Morrow 893 4%
Gary Schlack 1,781 8%
Robert L. Stites 2,511 11%
Pam Sych 2,758 12%
Matthew E. Valerius 1,799 8%

Marijuana establishments proposal
Allowing marijuana establishments within the city limitsVotesVote %
Yes 1,921 39%
No 3,051 61%

Belleville
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Council member
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Kelly Bates 375 36%
Jack Loria 273 26%
Kenneth R. Voigt 404 38%

Special assessment millage - police/fire
Levy 2 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 348 57%
No 262 43%

Dearborn Heights
(27 of 27 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Dave Abdallah 2,857 19%
Larry Henney 1,478 10%
Stephen Henry 2,225 15%
Lisa Hicks-Clayton 3,688 25%
Ray Muscat 2,967 20%
Rose Tripepi 1,724 12%

Dearborn Heights Crestwood School District
(14 of 14 pcts.)
Millage proposal - operating expenses
Levy 3 mills for 16 years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,333 44%
No 1,673 56%

Dearborn Public Schools
(52 of 52 pcts.)
Bond proposal - facilities, equipment
Levy 1.67 mills in 2020, then 3.7 mills annually to repay $240 million bond over no more than 20 years.VotesVote %
Yes 6,782 48%
No 7,252 52%

Flat Rock
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Mark A. Hammond 1,000 61%
Mark Maul 635 39%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Sean Gillaspie 583 14%
Kimberly Pardo 845 20%
Marshall Reames Jr. 653 15%
Joel Sherrard 511 12%
Rick Tefend 720 17%
Kenneth Wrobel 958 22%

Garden City
(10 of 10 pcts.)
Millage proposal - library
Levy additional 1 mill for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,165 56%
No 1,728 44%

Millage renewal - police/fire
Renew levy of 3.5 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 3,185 82%
No 714 18%

Charter amendment - city clerk
Replace Department of City Clerk/Treasurer with separate departments for the city clerk and treasurer.VotesVote %
Yes 2,168 60%
No 1,461 40%

Garden City Public Schools
(11 of 11 pcts.)
Sinking fund
Levy 1.9395 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,698 70%
No 1,141 30%

Gibraltar
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Headlee override proposal
Restore property taxing capacity to 20 mills.VotesVote %
Yes 221 25%
No 662 75%

Grosse Pointe
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Christopher Boettcher 806 48%
Sheila Tomkowiak 861 52%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Matthew Boddy 634 17%
David T. Fries 645 17%
Donald J. Parthum Jr. 743 19%
John Stempfle 1,112 29%
Terence A. Thomas 683 18%

Grosse Pointe Farms
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Sierra Leone Donaven 1,601 20%
Joe Ricci 2,367 30%
Neil Sroka 1,925 24%
Lev Wood 1,995 25%

Council member
One partial term ending 11/8/21VotesVote %
Anthony Chalut 520 17%
Andrew Dervan 101 3%
Jamie Dingeman 834 27%
Beth Konrad-Wilberding 862 28%
Catherine F. Saurbier 289 9%
John W. Steininger 469 15%

Grosse Pointe Park
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
John E. Chouinard 1,426 17%
Daniel E. Clark 1,357 16%
Aimee Rogers Fluitt 1,959 23%
Michele Hodges 1,569 18%
Vikas Relan 2,292 27%

Grosse Pointe Public Schools
(24 of 24 pcts.)
Millage restoration - operating purposes
Increase levy to 19 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 10,892 72%
No 4,328 28%

Sinking fund
Levy 1 mill for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 10,824 71%
No 4,413 29%

Grosse Pointe Shores
(4 of 4 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Ryan P. Case 326 19%
Danielle Gehlert 493 29%
Douglas Kucyk 418 25%
John T. Seago 448 27%

Grosse Pointe Woods
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Art Bryant 2,545 22%
Kenneth Gafa 2,548 22%
Michael Koester 2,680 23%
Richard Shetler Jr. 2,026 17%
Seth A. Winterholler 1,951 17%

Hamtramck
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Saad A. Almasmari 1,086 17%
Mohammed M. Alsomiri 1,133 18%
Nayeem Leon Choudhury 1,380 21%
Mohammed Hassan 1,209 19%
Carrie Beth Lasley 847 13%
Robert A. Zwolak 813 13%

Harper Woods
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
David M. Calus 471 13%
Cheryl Costantino 1,008 28%
Tom Jenny 646 18%
Veronica Paiz 881 24%
Regina L. Williams 657 18%

Highland Park
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Mayor
One 3-year termVotesVote %
Glenda McDonald 635 49%
Hubert Yopp 663 51%

Council member at large
Two 3-year termsVotesVote %
Kendrich Bates 415 20%
Carlton D. Clyburn Jr. 603 30%
Temeko Manica 497 24%
Rodney Patrick 515 25%

Inkster
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Byron H. Nolen 1,504 47%
Patrick Wimberly 1,669 53%

Council member
One 4-year termVotesVote %
District 1
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Aaron Sims 1,393 47%
George V. Williams 1,549 53%
District 2
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Charmaine Kennedy 1,324 45%
LaGina Washington 1,615 55%
District 3
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Christha Bond 1,338 45%
Sandra K. Watley 1,618 55%
District 4
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Steven Chisholm 1,519 51%
Rebecca J. Daniels 1,443 49%
District 5
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Kim Howard 1,889 65%
Kelli Lindsey 1,004 35%
District 6
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Connie Rose Mitchell 1,294 44%
Dennard Shaw 1,649 56%

Lincoln Park
(12 of 12 pcts.)
Proposal - marijuana businesses
Allow marijuana businesses to operate within general industrial district.VotesVote %
Yes 1,751 56%
No 1,374 44%

Livonia
(26 of 26 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Maureen Miller Brosnan 12,230 50%
Laura Toy 12,066 50%

Council member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Scott Bahr 13,109 17%
Gregory G. Coppola 6,635 8%
Jim Davis 7,533 10%
Rob Donovic 9,989 13%
Brian Duggan 7,316 9%
Brandon McCullough 11,468 15%
Eileen McDonnell 9,702 12%
Kathleen E. McIntyre 13,173 17%

Melvindale
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Wheeler T. Marsee, Jr. 1,026 67%
Ian Striz 509 33%

Council member
Six 4-year termsVotesVote %
Johnny Earl Barnett 372 6%
Dawn Cartrette 677 11%
Steven W. Densmore 688 11%
Stanley Filipowski 742 12%
P. Scott Frederick 704 11%
Joe Jackson 808 13%
Barbara Keahl 364 6%
Betty Lindlbauer 655 10%
Julie Rauser 711 11%
Asseel Saeed 541 9%

Clerk
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Lisa M. Cadez 666 45%
Linda Land 798 55%

Melvindale-Northern Allen Park Public Schools
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Bond proposal - facilities, equipment
Levy 4.52 mills in 2020, then 4.49 mills annually to repay $38,890,000 bond over no more than 26 years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,053 42%
No 1,476 58%

Northville
(3 of 3 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Ken Roth 1,096 34%
Brian Turnbull 2,094 66%

Council member
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Joseph Patrick Corriveau 1,713 31%
Barbara A. Moroski-Browne 1,998 36%
Marilyn Price 1,788 33%

Plymouth
(4 of 4 pcts.)
Bond proposal - streets
Levy 1.2721 mills in 2020, then 2.125 mills annually to repay the $12,280,000 bond over no more than 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,028 59%
No 723 41%

Riverview
(4 of 4 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Lynn M. Blanchette 1,104 20%
Thomas Coffey 1,094 19%
Chuck Norton 1,166 21%
Suzanne ONeil 1,279 23%
Elmer E. Trombley 1,007 18%

Charter amendment - posting ordinances
Allow, as an alternative to newspaper publication, posting notices and ordinances on city's website or public access stations.VotesVote %
Yes 1,573 79%
No 423 21%

Rockwood
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Bond proposal - wastewater treatment plant
Levy 1.5 mills in 2020, then 2.3 mills annually to repay $2 million bond over no more than 20 years.VotesVote %
Yes 163 63%
No 95 37%

Trenton
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Tom Kinney 1,087 25%
Kyle F. Stack 2,353 54%
Ryan A. Stewart 897 21%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Bill LeFevre 2,548 25%
Wendy Pate 2,916 28%
Nelson J. Perugi 2,557 25%
Dora Rodriguez 2,356 23%

Van Buren Public Schools
(19 of 19 pcts.)
Bond proposal - facilities, equipment
Levy 0.78 mills in 2020, then 0.87 mills annually to repay $35,490,000 bond over no more than 30 years.VotesVote %
Yes 3,421 56%
No 2,674 44%

Westland
(39 of 39 pcts.)
Council member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Michael E. Delph 2,071 7%
Timothy Gilbert 3,955 14%
James Godbout 4,121 14%
Debra Kehrer 3,955 14%
Michael Londeau 4,889 17%
Mike McDermott 4,802 17%
Andrea Rutkowski 5,255 18%

Woodhaven-Brownstown School District
(17 of 17 pcts.)
Sinking fund - renewal
Renew levy of 0.9778 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,893 70%
No 1,242 30%

Oakland

Auburn Hills
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year terms; one 2-year term for fourth-highest vote getterVotesVote %
Eugene Hawkins III 1,066 15%
Brian Marzolf 1,250 18%
Kevin McDaniel 1,456 21%
Ron Moniz 1,243 18%
Cheryl A. Verbeke 1,498 21%
Craig Wietchy 578 8%

Berkley
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Robert B. Lathrop 653 20%
Daniel J. Terbrack 2,561 80%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Susan Citraro 1,051 11%
Bridget Dean 2,164 24%
Ross Gavin 2,028 22%
Nitin Naidu 1,088 12%
Natalie Price 1,885 21%
Charles A. Tyrrell 970 11%

Berkley School District
(13 of 13 pcts.)
Millage proposal - operating expenses
Increase levy by 3 mills for three years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,558 77%
No 1,349 23%

Birmingham
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Commissioner
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Clinton Baller 2,147 16%
Patty Bordman 1,665 12%
Carroll DeWeese 1,585 12%
Jake German 1,350 10%
Brad Host 2,739 20%
Therese Longe 2,668 20%
Matt Wilde 1,311 10%

Birmingham Public Schools
(32 of 32 pcts.)
Millage proposal - replacement, operations
Increase levy to 21 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 8,597 74%
No 2,954 26%

Clarkston
(1 of 1 pcts.)
Charter amendment 1
Eliminate requirement for council members or mayor to resign from their office to run for other offices.VotesVote %
Yes 106 54%
No 91 46%

Charter amendment 2
Allow appointment to zoning board of appeals by city council.VotesVote %
Yes 134 70%
No 58 30%

Charter amendment 3
Expand independent audit filing and delivery deadline to six months from close of fiscal year.VotesVote %
Yes 127 65%
No 68 35%

Charter amendment 4
Allow any council member to nominate a resident for board appointment or reappointment.VotesVote %
Yes 133 67%
No 65 33%

Clawson
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Reese Scripture 1,345 61%
Deborah Wooley 844 39%

Council member
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Howie Airriess 1,030 26%
Jeff Gaglio 342 9%
Kathy Phillips 1,568 39%
Louis J. Samson 1,037 26%

Farmington
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Council member
Two 4-year terms; one 2-year term for third-highest vote getterVotesVote %
Sara Bowman 1,332 23%
Sarah Davies 922 16%
Joe LaRussa 1,484 25%
Geof Perrot 865 15%
Steve Schneemann 1,240 21%

Farmington Hills
(23 of 23 pcts.)
Mayor
One two-year termVotesVote %
Vicki Barnett 8,631 55%
Richard Lerner 7,049 45%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Jackie Boleware 6,309 19%
T. R. Carr 6,055 18%
Danette Duron-Willner 5,474 16%
Kenneth D. Massey 9,857 29%
Mary Newlin 6,261 18%

Fenton Area Public Schools
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Millage renewal - sinking fund
Renew levy of 0.8999 mills for three years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,065 66%
No 1,085 34%

Ferndale
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Melanie C. Piana 2,877 66%
Brian Stawowy 1,463 34%

Council member
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Ben Buttolph 961 12%
Nada Daher 1,464 19%
Augusto Flores 1,147 15%
Kat Bruner James 2,344 30%
Raylon E. Leaks-May 1,986 25%

Council member
One partial term ending 1/1/2022VotesVote %
Rolanda Kelley 511 12%
Laura Mikulski 1,841 45%
Maryanne Wessels 374 9%
Dennis G. Whittie 1,396 34%

Hazel Park
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Council member
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Chuck Gladue 454 23%
Andy LeCureaux 788 39%
Mike McFall 774 38%

Huron Valley Schools
(29 of 29 pcts.)
Bond proposal - facilities, equipment
Levy 2.97 mills in 2020, then 4.62 mills annually to repay $182 million bond over no more than 11 years.VotesVote %
Yes 9,850 72%
No 3,737 28%

Millage renewal - sinking fund
Renew levy of 0.9109 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 10,402 78%
No 2,993 22%

Keego Harbor
(1 of 1 pcts.)
Marijuana ordinance
Initiation of an ordinance to regulate the sale of marijuana in the city.VotesVote %
Yes 163 35%
No 309 65%

Lake Angelus
(1 of 1 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Daniel N. Bendtsen 43 16%
Daniel J. Jenaras 84 31%
Laura McNew 72 27%
Gary Parlove 72 27%

Lathrup Village
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Council member
Two 4-year terms; one two-year term for third-highest vote getter VotesVote %
Ian A. Ferguson 842 32%
MyKale Garrett 852 33%
Donna P. Stallings 903 35%

Bond proposal - streets
Levy 4.4843 mills in 2020, then 8.3105 mills annually to replay $21,300,000 bond over no more than 15 years.VotesVote %
Yes 470 34%
No 908 66%

Madison Heights
(10 of 10 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Johnnette Eggert 794 17%
Brian Christian Hartwell 3,972 83%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Kymm Clark 2,317 19%
Robert J. Corbett, Jr. 2,842 24%
Sean D. Fleming 1,437 12%
Bob Gettings 2,314 19%
Emily Rohrbach 3,009 25%

Charter amendment - taxable property levy
Change the maximum authorized levy on taxable property for general budget purposes to 16 mills.VotesVote %
Yes 2,490 51%
No 2,353 49%

Novi
(22 of 22 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Bob Gatt 6,618 66%
Christine Ingles 3,379 34%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Laura Casey 6,487 26%
Hugh D. Crawford 5,128 20%
Colleen Anne Crossey 4,474 18%
Bin Qamruzzaman 1,026 4%
Tia Marie Sanders 2,917 12%
David Staudt 5,274 21%

Council member
One partial term ending 11/8/2021VotesVote %
Alexandra Dinser 1,345 14%
Justin Fischer 4,454 48%
Carolyn Upton 3,513 38%

Novi Community School District
(13 of 13 pcts.)
Bond proposal - facilities, equipment
Levy 1.41 mills in 2020, then 3 mills annually to repay $185 million bond over no more than 25 years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,386 68%
No 2,035 32%

Millage renewal - sinking fund
Renew levy of 0.4731 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,824 75%
No 1,600 25%

Oakland Community College
(428 of 428 pcts.)
Millage renewal - operating expenses
Renew levy of 0.7545 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 134,062 72%
No 51,618 28%

Pleasant Ridge
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Millage renewal - library services
Renew levy of 0.5 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 630 91%
No 65 9%

Rochester
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year terms; one 2-year term for fourth-highest vote getter.VotesVote %
Mark J. Albrecht 1,480 22%
Jeremiah Glembocki 574 8%
Douglas Gould 926 14%
Amanda H. Keighley 1,187 18%
Ann Peterson 1,113 16%
Steve Sage 994 15%
Laura D. Traylor 499 7%

Charter amendment - Proposal A
Remove specific compensation for mayor, members of city council.VotesVote %
Yes 1,560 75%
No 520 25%

Charter amendment - Proposal B
Remove Section 6.4 - Health from the charter.VotesVote %
Yes 2,014 94%
No 139 6%

Charter amendment - Proposal C
Remove Chapter 13 - Municipal Court from the charter.VotesVote %
Yes 2,024 94%
No 120 6%

Charter amendment - Proposal D
Remove Section 14.1 - Notice of City of Claim for Injuries from charter.VotesVote %
Yes 1,821 88%
No 257 12%

Charter amendment - Proposal E
Change value of real property needing to have voter approval before it can be sold to $50,000 state equalized value.VotesVote %
Yes 1,368 69%
No 621 31%

Charter amendment - Proposal F
Change the minimum age for an elective office candidate from 25 to 21 years old.VotesVote %
Yes 1,046 48%
No 1,146 52%

Rochester Community Schools
(45 of 45 pcts.)
Sinking fund
Levy 1.5 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 11,824 66%
No 6,052 34%

Rochester Hills
(32 of 32 pcts.)
Council member
One 4-year termVotesVote %
2nd District
(9 of 9 pcts.)
David J. Blair 2,425 68%
Khary Mason 1,143 32%

Council member at large
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Jeff Duperon 4,773 21%
Dale Hetrick 6,248 27%
Theresa Mungioli 6,028 26%
Sharon Pizzuti 5,787 25%

Library board member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Robert Bonam 5,431 30%
Anne Kucher 8,386 46%
Steve Reina 4,522 25%

Millage renewal - local roads
Renew levy of 1.0965 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 11,935 82%
No 2,655 18%

Royal Oak
(16 of 16 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Michael Fournier 7,371 57%
Stephen Miller 5,583 43%

Commissioner
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Kyle DuBuc 6,385 18%
Tom Hallock 5,723 16%
Randy LeVasseur 5,894 16%
Pamela Lindell 5,793 16%
Belem Morales 5,667 16%
Patricia Paruch 6,820 19%

South Lyon
(4 of 4 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Ryan Lare 213 13%
Daniel L. Pelchat 1,435 87%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Lisa Dilg 1,025 22%
Jim Hamade 314 7%
Dayna M. Johnston 581 13%
Steve Kennedy 1,196 26%
Amber L. King 372 8%
Margaret Kurtzweil 610 13%
Lori Mosier 508 11%

Southfield
(18 of 18 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year terms; one 2-year term for fourth-highest vote getterVotesVote %
Nancy L. M. Banks 4,987 13%
Constance Bell 2,392 6%
Daniel Brightwell 4,383 11%
LaTina Denson 2,537 7%
Donald F. Fracassi 4,077 11%
Ghana Goodwin-Dye 1,581 4%
Sara Habbo 2,385 6%
Harold Hill 1,947 5%
Jason Hoskins 4,106 11%
Amani Johnson 3,566 9%
Tawnya L. Morris 5,319 14%
Tina Marie Poole 1,461 4%

Troy
(18 of 18 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Ethan Baker 10,246 68%
Dave Henderson 4,905 32%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Edna Abrahim 9,513 24%
Daniel Agauas 5,788 14%
Olimpiu Ollie Apahidean 3,401 8%
Theresa Brooks 9,314 23%
Ann Erickson Gault 8,005 20%
Sunil Sivaraman 4,127 10%

Walled Lake
(2 of 2 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Casey Ambrose 716 18%
Rick Greenwell 412 10%
Tamra Loch 671 17%
Dena Potter 570 14%
Robert W. Robertson 504 13%
Jeffrey James Rondeau 441 11%
Ryan Woods 677 17%

Ordinance adoption - marijuana facility
Adopt an ordinance to regulate sale of marijuana in city.VotesVote %
Yes 596 40%
No 886 60%

Macomb

Anchor Bay School District
(15 of 15 pcts.)
Millage proposal
Increase levy by 2 mills for six years.VotesVote %
Yes 3,545 62%
No 2,200 38%

Center Line
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Council member
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Aaron Delikta 526 31%
Ron C. Lapham 329 19%
James Reid 441 26%
Lee Ann Rutila 399 24%

Eastpointe
(14 of 14 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Harvey Earl Creech 352 7%
Cardi DeMonaco Jr. 1,289 25%
Tonia Gladney 157 3%
Michael Klinefelt 1,629 32%
Monique Owens 1,648 32%

Charter amendment - city manager
Eliminate requirements that manager should have at least one year experience as manager or assistant manager in a city or village.VotesVote %
Yes 2,354 48%
No 2,570 52%

Eastpointe Community Schools
(14 of 14 pcts.)
Sinking fund - building, site improvements
Levy 3 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,614 51%
No 2,474 49%

Fraser
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Amy Baranski 1,993 30%
Kathy Blanke 1,586 24%
Richard E. Haberman 1,342 20%
Patrice Schornak 1,732 26%

Memphis
(1 of 1 pcts.)
Mayor
One 3-year termVotesVote %
Kurt D. Marter 103 65%
Jennifer Parker 55 35%

Council member
Three 5-year termsVotesVote %
Jason Parker 72 17%
Eric J. Schneider 119 28%
Jason Sopha 125 29%
Lawrence Wilson 114 27%

Millage proposal - capital improvement
Levy 1.25 mills for 15 years.VotesVote %
Yes 72 46%
No 84 54%

Mount Clemens
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Barb Dempsey 1,239 44%
Laura Kropp 1,417 50%
Christopher Luckritz 185 7%

Commission
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Ronald Campbell 1,509 24%
Rashidah Hammond 1,510 25%
Kathleen Kelchner 1,501 24%
Glenn E. Voorhess 1,643 27%

New Baltimore
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Mayor
One 2-year termVotesVote %
Kenneth Butler 1,052 46%
John W. Dupray 1,250 54%

Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Jacob Dittrich 1,213 21%
Florence M. Hayman 1,148 20%
Tom Hepp 1,017 18%
Mark Lietke 1,064 19%
Laura Szymanski 1,297 23%

Richmond Community Schools
(4 of 4 pcts.)
Bond proposal - school improvements
Levy 2.45 mills in 2020, then 4.18 mills annually to repay $38,710,000 bond over no more than 20 years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,489 52%
No 1,401 48%

Romeo Community Schools
(16 of 16 pcts.)
Millage proposal - operating expenses
Levy 19.5 mills for three years.VotesVote %
Yes 5,028 56%
No 3,906 44%

Sinking fund - building, site
Levy 1.25 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,990 56%
No 3,956 44%

Roseville
(15 of 15 pcts.)
Proposal 1 - retirement system for police/fire
Exclude police officers, firefighters from retirement system in city charter.VotesVote %
Yes 3,060 65%
No 1,661 35%

Proposal 2 - retirement system for police/fire
Establish separate retirement system for police officers, firefighters.VotesVote %
Yes 3,161 67%
No 1,578 33%

St. Clair Shores
(19 of 19 pcts.)
Council member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Peter Accica 6,394 23%
Ronald J. Frederick 6,381 23%
Justin Maniaci 3,696 13%
Gordon Miskelly 3,158 11%
Lawanda Turner 2,412 9%
Chris Vitale 6,058 22%

St. Clair Shores Lakeview Public Schools
(6 of 6 pcts.)
Bond proposal - school improvements
Levy 2.17 mills in 2020, then 6.42 mills annually to repay $54 million bond over no more than 21 years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,511 64%
No 1,437 36%

St. Clair Shores South Lake Schools
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Sinking fund - building, site
Levy 1 mill for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,094 59%
No 1,464 41%

Sterling Heights
(32 of 32 pcts.)
Council member
Six 2-year termsVotesVote %
Brian Alsobrooks 4,317 6%
Nicholas A. Cavalli 6,357 8%
Jazmine M. Early 6,978 9%
Deanna Koski 10,168 13%
Michael Radtke 10,325 13%
Maria G. Schmidt 10,006 13%
Liz Sierawski 10,425 13%
Henry Yanez 9,557 12%
Barbara A. Ziarko 9,806 13%

Millage renewal - police/fire, streets
Renew levy of 2.45 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 13,053 74%
No 4,502 26%

Van Dyke Public Schools
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Millage proposal - replacement, operations
Levy 21 mills for 20 years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,050 57%
No 777 43%

Warren
(49 of 49 pcts.)
Mayor
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Kelly Colegio 10,191 43%
James R. Fouts 13,775 57%

Treasurer
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Lorie Barnwell 18,247 81%
Arnold Simkus 4,417 19%

Clerk
One 4-year termVotesVote %
Sonja Buffa 13,220 57%
Keith Sadowski 9,800 43%

Council member at large
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Gary Boike 9,514 23%
Patrick Green 11,296 28%
Angela Rogensues 10,414 26%
Diane Young 9,279 23%

Council member
One 4-year termVotesVote %
District 1
(9 of 9 pcts.)
Melody Magee 1,917 47%
Ron Papandrea 2,123 53%
District 2
(10 of 10 pcts.)
Jonathan Lafferty 3,330 58%
Richard Paul Sulaka II 2,425 42%
District 3
(12 of 12 pcts.)
Mark Dennings 2,427 47%
Mindy Moore 2,784 53%
District 4
(8 of 8 pcts.)
Melvin L. Logan 1,384 38%
Garry Watts 2,244 62%
District 5
(10 of 10 pcts.)
Jerry T. Bell 1,179 47%
Eddie Kabacinski 1,340 53%

Warren Fitzgerald Public Schools
(5 of 5 pcts.)
Millage proposal - general operating purposes
Levy 19.5 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,140 59%
No 784 41%

Sinking fund - building, site
Levy 1.5 mills for seven years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,183 62%
No 736 38%

Washington Township
(7 of 7 pcts.)
Millage renewal - parks and rec
Increase levy by 1 mill for 20 years.VotesVote %
Yes 1,652 22%
No 5,904 78%