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Last Updated: Thursday, 5 November, 2015 2:08 PM

Tuesday, November 5, 2013 - General Election

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Detroit Mayor - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Mike Duggan 74,303 55%
Benny Napoleon 60,474 45%

 

Detroit City Council At-Large

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Brenda Jones (i) 77,014 34%
Shanteel Jenkins (i) 76,990 34%
David Bullock 39,032 17%  
Roy McCalister, Jr. 29,879 13%  
Write-In 990 0%  

(i) = incumbent

 

Detroit City Clerk

96% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Janice Winfrey (i) 91,639 72%
D. Etta Wilcoxon 35,291 28%
Write-In 492 0%  

 

Livonia City Council

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Maureen Brosnan 6,676 18%
Brian Meakin 6,433 17%
Susan Nash 6,256 16%
Lynda Scheel 5,911 16%
Tom Robinson 4,576 12%  
Brian Duggan 4,462 12%  
Luke McGrail 2,029 5%  
Christopher Martin 1,699 4%  

 

 

Tuesday, August 6, 2013 - Primary Election

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Detroit Mayor - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Mike Duggan (write-in) 44,395 46%
Benny Napoleon 28,352 30%
Krystal Crittendon 5,295 6%  
Lisa Howze 4,581 5%  
Tom Barrow 3,690 4%  
John Olumba 1,327 1%  
Fred Durhal Jr. 841 1%  
Willie Lipscomb Jr. 303 0%  
Angelo Brown 182 0%  
Herman Griffin 165 0%  
Sigmunt Szczepkowski Jr. 146 0%  
Mark Murphy 142 0%  
Jean Vortkamp 138 0%  
John Telford 110 0%  
D'Artagnan Collier 91 0%  
Mike Dugeon (write-in) 17 0%  

Note: The top two candidates will advance to the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013.

 

Detroit City Council (at large) - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Shaunteel Jenkins (i) 51,917 34%
Brenda Jones (i) 45,524 30%
David Bullock 15,734 10%
Roy McCalister Jr. 13,397 9%
Monica Lewis-Patrick 9,751 6%  
Angles Hunt 5,513 4%  
Cedric Banks 5,317 4%  
Jessica Rayford-Clark 4,507 3%  

 

 

2012

 

Tuesday, November 6, 2012 - General Election Results

ELECTORAL VOTE COUNT: (270 needed to win)
Mitt Romney: 206
Barack Obama: 332

 

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U.S. President - 4 year term

90% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE-RUNNING MATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Mitt Romney-Paul Ryan (R) 54,981,324 48.6  
Barack Obama-Joe Biden (D) 56,520,748 49.9
Jill Stein-Cheri Honkala (G) 367,879 1.0  
Virgil H. Goode Jr.-James N. Clymer (UST) 3,143 <0.1  
Ross C. Anderson-Luis Rodriguez (NLP) 32,061 <0.1  

 

U.S. Senator - 6 year term

97% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Pete Hoekstra (R) 1,753,140 38  
Debbie Stabenow (D) 2,659,876 58
Harley Mikkelson (G) 27,675 1  
Richard A. Matkin (UST) 25,619 1  
Scotty Boman (L) 83,778 2  
John D. Litle (NLP) 11,098 0  

 

Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Kym L. Worthy (D) 645,232 90
David S. Afton (L) 74,564 10  

 

Wayne County Sheriff - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Shelly L. Milton (R) 167,036 22  
Benny N. Napoleon (D) 578,881 75
Bob Czak (UST) 24,791 3  

 

Wayne County Clerk - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Werner J. Klein (R) 175,723 23  
Cathy M. Garrett (D) 574,502 77

 

Wayne County Treasurer - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Raymond J. Wojtowicz (D) 610,158 88
William Rushlow (L) 80,383 12  

 

Wayne County Commissioner (District 9) - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Laura Cox (R) 38,745 62
Susan Nichols (D) 24,181 38  

 

Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Michael R. Wrathell (R) 128,504 34  
Eric J. Smith (D) 245,363 66

 

Macomb County Sheriff - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Steve Thomas (R) 134,099 36  
Anthony Wickersham (D) 229,791 61
Scott W. Allen (L) 12,708 3  

 

Macomb County Treasurer - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Larry Rocca (R) 153,867 42  
Ted B. Wahby (D) 212,830 58

 

Macomb County Commissioner (District 4) - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Ronald S. Albers (R) 9,846 39  
David Flynn (D) 15,087 61

 

Oakland County Executive - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
L. Brooks Patterson (R) 352,318 57
Kevin Howley (D) 267,108 43  

 

 

Oakland County Prosecuting Attorney - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Mike Bishop (R) 274,086 45  
Jessica R. Cooper (D) 311,916 52
Steven Afton (L) 18,160 3  

 

Oakland County Sheriff - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Michael J. Bouchard (R) 364, 385 59
Jane Felice Boudreau (D) 252,066 41  

 

Oakland County Treasurer - 4 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Marty Knollenberg (R) 277,149 46  
Andy Meisner (D) 319,859 54

 

Oakland County Commissioner (District 4) - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Tom Middleton (R) 16,863 62
Philip Reid (D) 10,531 38  

 

 

9th District Representative in Congress - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Don Volaric (R) 114,746 34  
Sander Levin (D) 208,834 62
Julia Williams (G) 4,706 1  
Les Townsend (UST) 2,902 1  
Jim Fulner (L) 6,100 2  

 

11th District Representative in Congress - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Kerry Bentivolio (R) 173,581 51
Syed Taj (D) 152,063 44  
Steven Paul Duke (G) 4,471 1  
John J. Tatar (L) 9,309 3  
Daniel Johnson (NLP) 3,157 1  

 

13th District Representative in Congress - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Harry T. Sawicki (R) 32,278 15  
John Conyers Jr. (D) 206,097 81
Martin Gray (UST) 3,808 2  
Chris Sharer (L) 5,717 2  

 

11th District State Representative - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Kathleen Kopczyk (R) 9,840 36  
David Knezek (D) 17,598 64

 

19th District State Representative - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
John J. Walsh (R) 18,596 58
Richard Tannous (D) 13,350 42  

 

25th District State Representative - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Sean Clark (R) 19,612 49  
Henry Yanez (D) 20,768 51

 

39th District State Representative - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Klint Kesto (R) 24,382 53
Pam Jackson (D) 21,405 47  

 

43rd District State Representative - 2 year term

100% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Gail Haines (R) 26,552 61
Neil Billington (D) 17,149 39  

 

Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court - 8 year term

97% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Doug Dern 216,591 3  
Connie Marie Kelley 1,356,233 21  
Stephen Markman 1,476,456 23
 
Bridget Mary McCormack 1,483,343 23
 
Kerry L. Morgan 258,999 4  
Colleen O'Brien 1,368,614 22  
Bob Roddis 178,818 3  

 

Michigan Proposal 12-1

Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. Should this law be approved?

97% Precincts Reporting
DECISION VOTES % VOTES WINNER
YES 2,104,177 48  
NO 2,308,146 52

 

Michigan Proposal 12-6

Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. Create a definition of new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles that means, any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012. Should this proposal be approved?

97% Precincts Reporting

DECISION VOTES % VOTES WINNER
YES 1,807,332 40  
NO 2,657,968 60

 

2012

Tuesday, February 28, 2012 - Primary Election

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Michigan GOP Presidential Primary

99% Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Mitt Romney (R) 410,517 41%
Rick Santorum (R) 378,124 38%  
Ron Paul (R) 115,956 12%  
Newt Gingrich (R) 65,093 7%  

 

Mitt Romney delivers remarks following Arizona and Michigan primaries

"Thank you, Michigan. And thank you, Arizona! A week ago the pundits and the pollsters were ready to count us out. But across Michigan and Arizona I kept meeting moms and dads, students and grandparents, all concerned about what was happening to this great country. I was confident that we would come together today and take a giant step toward a brighter future. Tonight, their efforts have brought our cause a great victory. Tonight is all the more special because we’re celebrating in the state where I was born, surrounded by Michiganders we consider family." [2.28.12]

PHOTOS: Mitt Romney for President Debate Watch Party at One Under in Livonia, MI

AmericaJR.com's Gloria Rzucidlo was LIVE at the One Under Bar & Grill in Livonia, Mich. for the special Mitt Romney for President Debate Watch Party. There was free pizza and pop provided for all attendees. Everyone was watching the CNN Republican Presidential Debate from Mesa, Ariz. Special guests included Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville and Speaker Pro Tempore John Walsh. It was all paid for by the Mitt Romney for President campaign. [2.22.12]

Rick Santorum and Ann Romney defend their campaigns in Novi, Mich. By Pete Bublitz

Thursday evening at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi was supposed to be a commemorative Lincoln Day dinner for close to 1500 attendees and supporters of the Republican Party. What became the focus of the night, however, was an address exchange between two major players of the GOP race this 2012 election year. Yes, comments from Gov. Rick Snyder, Oakland County’s L. Brooks Patterson, and Reverend C.L. Bryant (who was arguably the loudest of the night) stirred up optimism for a President representing the host party. [2.19.12]

2010

 

Tuesday, November 2, 2010 - General Election Results

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010 - Primary Election

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2009

 

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 - General Election

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2008

 

Tuesday, November 4, 2008 - General Election

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Tuesday, August 5, 2008 - Primary Election

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