Local Michigan election results are in

Published On: May 07 2013 08:22:57 PM EDT   Updated On: May 07 2013 10:05:48 PM EDT


Tuesday was election day for several Metro Detroit and southeastern Michigan communities.

Voters were asked to decide on a variety of issues in 69 elections held across the state. In most communities, polls closed at 8 p.m.

Here are several counties, the issues and proposals on their ballots and links to their election results pages:

Oakland County
Elections Division with results

Dane Slater elected new mayor of Troy

View: Information on Oakland County proposals/candidates

- Berkley School District
- Madison District Public Schools
- Troy City mayoral special election
- West Bloomfield School District

Wayne County
Elections Division with results
View: Information on Wayne County proposals

- Airport Community Schools
- Livonia Public Schools
- Plymouth-Canton Comm. Schools
- Rockwood City
- South Redford Schools
- Wyandotte City

Macomb County
Elections Department with results

- Center Line Public Schools
- Richmond Community Schools

Livingston County
Election Results

- County Commissioner – 5th District
- Dexter Community Schools
- Hartland Consolidated Schools

Washtenaw County
Elections Division with Special Election results

- Chelsea School District
- Clinton Community Schools
- Dexter Community Schools
- Dexter Village
- Grass Lake Community Schools
- Milan Area Schools
- Plymouth-Canton Comm. Schools
- Sharon Township

St. Clair County
Election Information and results

- Richmond Community Schools

Lenawee County
Elections Website with results

- Clinton Community Schools
- Madison School District
- Morenci Area Schools
- Onsted Community Schools
- Tecumseh District Library
- Whiteford Agricultural Schools

For a complete list of all elections held statewide on Tuesday go here.


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