Elections

Published November 12, 2019

OAKLAND COUNTY — Thanks to several contested elections, the voter turnout for cities in the Woodward Talk’s coverage area was higher than usual.

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Published November 8, 2019

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Students in two St. Clair Shores school districts will get new technology, new classrooms and rehabilitated facilities after voters in both districts approved measures Nov. 5 that will pay for items outside of the general fund.

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Published November 8, 2019

CENTER LINE — Voters in Center Line have picked Aaron Delikta and James Reid to represent them on the City Council for the next four years.

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Published November 8, 2019

WARREN — Voters waited past midnight for absentee ballots to be tallied in Warren. In the end, those votes told the story, pushing Mayor Jim Fouts to a historic fourth term.

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Published November 8, 2019

WARREN — With Warren’s absentee voter totals still unavailable and the results uncertain after midnight on Election Day, no one really knew what the new-look City Council would look like.

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Published November 7, 2019

KEEGO HARBOR — Residents in Keego Harbor voted down a ballot question that aimed to regulate the sale of marijuana.

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Published November 6, 2019

GROSSE POINTE CITY — Grosse Pointe City will be swearing in a new mayor and City Council member at its next meeting at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 at the Neighborhood Club.

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Published November 6, 2019

EASTPOINTE — Incumbent Sarah Lucido and former Eastpointe Mayor Harvey Curley have been elected to the Eastpointe City Council in the city’s first election using ranked-choice voting.

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Published November 6, 2019

WARREN — The voting majority in two local districts supported its schools by passing millages Nov. 5, according to unofficial results from the Macomb County Clerk’s Office.

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Published November 6, 2019

ROCHESTER — Voters in the Rochester Community Schools district passed a 1.5 mill 10-year sinking fund proposal Nov. 5, according to unofficial results from the Oakland County Elections Division. 

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Published November 6, 2019

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OAKLAND COUNTY — On Nov. 5, voters in the Oakland Community College district, which includes almost all of Oakland County and parts of Lapeer, Livingston and Washtenaw counties, overwhelmingly passed the college’s operating millage renewal.

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Published November 6, 2019

FARMINGTON HILLS — Two familiar faces are joined by two first-timers to make up Farmington Hills City Council.

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Published November 6, 2019

FARMINGTON — Three of Farmington’s incumbent City Council members regained their seats on council when the polls closed and unofficial results were reported by the Oakland County Elections Division. 

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Published November 6, 2019

ROYAL OAK — Royal Oak Mayor Michael Fournier and three members of the City Council all retained their seats in the Nov. 5 election.

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Published November 6, 2019

TROY — Troy voters elected Mayor Pro Tem Ethan Baker as mayor in a more than 2-to-1 margin over Councilman Dave Henderson, according to unofficial results Nov. 5.

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Published November 6, 2019

BIRMINGHAM — Things could get interesting now that three newcomers have been voted onto the Birmingham City Commission, replacing two incumbents running for reelection.

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Published November 6, 2019

SOUTHFIELD/LATHRUP VILLAGE — Voters in Southfield made their voices heard Nov. 5.

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Published November 6, 2019

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — The ballots were cast, and the votes were counted. Two of the three Grosse Pointe Woods City Council incumbents running for reelection were reelected during the general election Nov. 5. Five candidates ran for the three four-year open seats.

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Published November 6, 2019

WARREN — Election Day turned into the day after as voters waited past midnight for absentee ballots to be tallied. In the end, those votes told the story, pushing Warren Mayor Jim Fouts to a potentially historic fourth term.

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Published November 6, 2019

HARPER WOODS — Harper Woods voters cast their ballots in three local elections Nov. 5 to choose their mayor and who will sit on their City Council. Those who live in Precincts 5 and 6 also could vote on two Grosse Pointe Public School System millages.

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