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GO VOTE! / 2009 General Election Coverage

Last Updated: Saturday, 23 October, 2010 0:09 AM

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2009

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 - General Election

Winners are shown with a checkmark

Detroit Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Tom Joe Barrow 50,757 42%  
Dave Bing 70,060 58%

 

Detroit City Council

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
John K. Bennett 35,579 4%  
Gary Brown 80,698 9%
Ken Cockrel Jr. 74,680 8%
David J. Cross 21,502 2%  
Jai-Lee Dearing 45,753 5%  
Shelley I. Foy 35,123 4%  
Fred Elliott Hall 32,825 3%  
Lisa Howze 48,414 5%  
Shauntel Jenkins 74,918 8%
Raphael B. Johnson 31,631 3%  
Brenda Jones 61,294 6%
Kwame Kenyatta 57,482 6%
Mohamed Okdie 32,905 3%  
Charles Pugh 88,704 11%
Andre L. Spivey 60,382 6%
James Tate 58,146 6%
Alberta Tinsley-Talabi 46,960 5%  
Jo Ann Watson 54,602 6%

 

Detroit Charter Commission

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Cara J. Blount 33,837 5%
Ken Coleman 50,092 8%
Warren A. Crockett 26,834 4%  
Reggie Reg Davis 43,220 6%
John R. Eddings 21,484 3%  
Patty Fedewa 28,125 4%  
Jenice Mitchell Ford 46,700 7%
Ken Harris 40,091 6%
Freman Hendix 75,869 12%
Elena M. Herrada 27,814 4%  
Teola P. Hunter 56,396 8%
John Johnson 37,165 6%
Jonathan C. Kinloch 28,424 4%  
Sarah D. Lile 26,395 4%  
Tonya Myers-Phillips 30,314 5%  
Olumba-John Olumba 27,814 4%  
Jeffrey D. Robinson 24,083 4%  
Rose Mary C. Robinson 41,807 6%

 

Detroit City Clerk

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Joyce Moore 20,034 17%  
Janice M. Winfrey 98,789 83%

 

Detroit Public Schools - School Board

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Carol Banks 37,506 13%
Margaret L. Betts 37,196 12%  
Willie E. Burton 34,223 11%  
Deborah E. Davis 35,749 12%  
Lamar Lemmons 41,452 14%
 
Reverend David Murray 38,195 13%
 
Ida C. Short 40,220 13%
Marie Thornton 33,813 11%  

 

Livonia City Council

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Lucas C. McGrail 2,577 5%  
John R. Pastor 8,988 16%
Lynda L. Sheel 8,112 15%
 
Conrad P. Schwartz 2,993 5%
 
Maureen Miller Brosnan 9,602 17%
Steve Crosby 3,375 6%  
Joe Laura 9,762 17%
James C. McCann 10,392 19%

 

Pontiac Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Leon B. Jukowski 3,498 53%
Sandy-Michael E. McDonald 3,092 47%  

 

Southfield Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Sylvia Jordan 2,787 22%  
Brenda Lawrence 9,703 78%

 

Troy City Council

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Wade Fleming 5,402 16%
Carmen M. Johnson 4,876 15%  
Daryl Klinko 667 2%  
Maureen M. McGinnis 6,738 20%
Will Molnar 5,259 16%  
Dane M. Slater 5,408 16%
Doug Tietz 4,993 15%  

 

Madison Heights City Council

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Mark Bliss 741 9%  
Richard Clark 1,391 17%
Kyle W. Geralds 1,558 19%
Bob Gettings 1,143 14%
Rosyln Grafstein 412 5%  
Craig M. Hennigan 886 11%  
Cindy Holder 1,052 13%  
Jimmie Johnson 378 5%  
Dennis E. Manzo 324 4%  
Clifford Lawrence Oglesby 460 6%  

 

Center Line Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
David W. Hanselman 1,042 66%
Mary Ann Zielinski 537 34%  

 

Mount Clemens Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Barb Dempsey 1,610 76%
Steven Ferdig 499 34%  

 

Roseville Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Ron Blazejewski 1,348 26%  
John Chirkun 3,752 74%

 

Sterling Heights Mayor

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
David J. Magliulo 7,138 40%  
Richard J. Notte 10,774 60%

 

Dearborn Public Schools - School Board

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Pamela Adams 6,968 31%
Hussein Berry 5,965 27%
John C. Corbin 4,517 20%  
Roxanne McDonald 4,889 22%  

 

Dearborn Heights #7 Public Schools - School Board

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Catherine Marie Bunker 319 33%  
Virginia Morgan 477 50%
Sonja A. Smith 161 17%  

Plymouth-Canton Public Schools - School Board

100% Precincts Reporting
CANDIDATE VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Eric R. Bacyinski 361 13%  
Adrienne M. Davis 517 19%
Judy Mardigan 739 28%
 
Larry A. Martin 283 11%
 
Barry E. Simescu 779 29%

Detroit - Proposal D

Shall the Detroit City Charter be amended to provide for a total of nine members of City Council with one (1) council member, with district residency, elected from each of seven (7) districts and two (2) members elected at large?

100% Precincts Reporting
DECISION VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Yes 84,178 72%
No 32,606 28%  

 

Detroit - Proposal S

Shall the school district of the city of Detroit, borrow the principal sum of not to exceed Five Hundred Million Five Hundred Forty Thousand Dollars ($500,540,000) and issue its unlimited tax general obligation bonds for purpose of defraying the cost of:

1) Constructing new replacement buildings and/or additions to existing buildings

2) Remodeling existing buildings, including energy conservation, safety and security improvements

3) Acquiring, improving and developing sites, including playgrounds, playfields and outdoor athletic facilities in the school district

4) Furnishing, refurnishing, equipping and reequipping school district buildings, and acquiring and installing instructional technology equipment in and connecting school district buildings?

100% Precincts Reporting
DECISION VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Yes 72,520 61%
No 47,329 39%  

 

Wayne County - Proposal O

To renew the millage authorized in 2000, shall Wayne County be authorized to continue to levy this millage at the estimated 2008 rollback rate of 0.9529 (about 95 cents per $1,000 of taxable valuation) for ten more years (2010 through 2019), and proceeds used to continue existing County services, including programs for arrest, detention and prosecution of criminals, juvenile court and related services, public health, recreation, County parks, job training, senior citizen services, and programs for meeting medical needs of the poor, the disabled, and the aged? This renewal is projected to generate $43,495,573 in 2010.

100% Precincts Reporting
DECISION VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Yes 161,813 71%
No 67,224 29%  

 

Macomb County - Proposal

Shall the Home Rule Charter proposed by the Macomb County Charter Commission be adopted?

100% Precincts Reporting
DECISION VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Yes 55,378 63%
No 31,871 37%  

 

Macomb County - Proposal

Shall the Macomb County Board of Road Commissioners be reorganized under and in the manner
provided in the Home Rule Charter of Macomb County if the Charter is adopted by the voters?

100% Precincts Reporting
DECISION VOTES % VOTES WINNER
Yes 52,839 60%
No 34,627 40%  

 

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