November 24, 2014 at 12:01 am

Wayne County election results

Latest results of elections and ballot proposals from Wayne County, Michigan.

Wayne County Executive

Wayne County
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Executive
One 4-year termVotesVote %
John Dalton (R) 0%
Warren C. Evans (D) 0%
Keith Butkovich (L) 0%

Wayne

Wayne County
Executive
One 4-year termVotesVote %
John Dalton (R) 133,092 27%
Warren C. Evans (D) 341,200 70%
Keith Butkovich (L) 14,477 3%

Retirement Commission Charter Amendment
Amend charter to authorize chairperson of the Wayne County Commission to appoint a designee on the Retirement Commission.VotesVote %
Yes 188,643 45%
No 227,137 55%

Commissioner
One 2-year termVotesVote %
1st District
John W. Steininger (R) 12,651 33%
Tim Killeen (D) 25,464 66%
Fred Vitale (L) 687 2%
2nd District
David A. Dudenhoefer (R) 1,171 4%
Jewel Ware (D) 27,320 96%
3rd District
Matt Schonert (R) 901 4%
Martha G. Scott (D) 19,867 96%
8th District
Jeanette Christe (R) 9,142 31%
Diane L. Webb 20,297 69%
9th District
Terry A. Marecki (R) 25,398 60%
Patrick O'Neil (D) 17,100 40%
10th District
Shannon Price (R) 24,156 59%
Milan Peele (D) 16,867 41%

Judge of Probate Court
Non-Incumbent
David Braxton 205,039 73%
Rohn Mitchell 77,750 27%

Judge of District Court
One 6-year termVotesVote %
19th District, Incumbent
Tony Guerriero 10,090 50%
Mark Somers (Inc.) 10,175 50%
23rd District, Non-Incumbent
Joseph D. Slaven 5,951 54%
Warren D. Waterman 5,081 46%
25th District, Non-Incumbent
Greg Clifton 5,449 58%
Nicholas Tsalis 3,921 42%
28th District, Incumbent
John Graziani 3,572 47%
James A. Kandrevas (Inc.) 4,026 53%
32A District, Non-Incumbent
Susan L. Dunn 1,973 46%
Daniel S. Palmer 2,306 54%
34th District, Incumbent
Lisa Martin 7,700 42%
David M. Parrott (Inc.) 10,604 58%

Schoolcraft Community College
Board of Trustees
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Robert Breslin 25,808 18%
Brian D. Broderick 30,215 22%
Joan Gebhardt 35,959 26%
Terry Gilligan 33,193 24%
Howard Raymond Petty 15,004 11%

Belleville
Civil Service Charter Amendment
Amend charter to delete Civil Service system covering police chief, director of public works/building official, and city clerk positions.VotesVote %
Yes 321 31%
No 725 69%

Garden City
Charter Amendment 1: Elective Office
Amend charter so that persons elected to the offices of mayor and city council will take office at first regularly scheduled council meeting following the certification of election results.VotesVote %
Yes 5,852 84%
No 1,076 16%

Charter Amendment 2: Council Meetings
Amend charter to require the synposis of a city council meeting to be published on city's website; delete requirements for mayor's approval and publication in newspaper.VotesVote %
Yes 5,056 73%
No 1,855 27%

Charter Amendment 3: Vacancies
Amend charter so that a person appointed or elected to fill a city council vacancy will file an acceptance of office and serve until the next regular general election.VotesVote %
Yes 5,789 85%
No 1,026 15%

Charter Amendment 4: Ordinances
Amend charter to allow city council to adopt an ordinance after a public hearing; allow publication of an adopted ordinance on the city's website; and require a proposed ordinance to be published in a newspaper during the council's deliberations.VotesVote %
Yes 4,307 64%
No 2,442 36%

Charter Amendment 5: Mailings
Amend charter to allow notices of special assessment hearings to be sent by first class mail, as opposed to registered mail.VotesVote %
Yes 3,606 52%
No 3,294 48%

Charter Amendment 6: Election Commission
Amend charter to make the city manager a member of the election commission, instead of the city attorney.VotesVote %
Yes 3,533 54%
No 3,062 46%

Highland Park
Charter Proposal
Allow a general revision of the city charter.VotesVote %
Yes 1,656 76%
No 512 24%

Tree Farm Proposal
Convey remaining 32.49 acres of the Tree Farm to Storage Operations LLC in exchange for $1,020,000.VotesVote %
Yes 1,271 58%
No 927 42%

Huron
Trustee
One partial term ending 11/20/2016VotesVote %
Michael Stach (R) 2,486 54%
Claude E. Wright (D) 2,156 46%

Melvindale
Unlimited Tax Pledge Proposal
Levy 2.07 mills in 2015, then 1.78 mills annually to pay the Melvindale Building Authority refunding bonds.VotesVote %
Yes 687 34%
No 1,332 66%

Road Bond Proposal
Levy 7.07 mills in 2015, then 7.08 mills annually to raise $6 million.VotesVote %
Yes 1,129 55%
No 919 45%

Romulus
Charter Amendment 1: Bids
Amend charter to delete the requirement for newspaper publication of requests for sealed bids related to city projects.VotesVote %
Yes 2,957 47%
No 3,399 53%

Charter Amendment 2: Proposals
Amend charter to delete the requirement for newspaper publication of requests for sealed proposals related to city purchases.VotesVote %
Yes 2,971 47%
No 3,361 53%

Southgate
Charter Amendment 1: City Council
Amend charter to allow city council proceedings to be published on the city's website, as an alternative to newspapers.VotesVote %
Yes 5,161 65%
No 2,757 35%

Charter Amendment 2: Ordinances
Amend charter to allow ordinances to be published on the city's website and as paper copies in three locations, as an alternative to newspapers.VotesVote %
Yes 4,910 63%
No 2,933 37%

Trenton
Charter Amendment 1: Contractors
Amend charter to change guidelines for sealed bids, quotes and comparative prices from contractors.VotesVote %
Yes 4,302 71%
No 1,756 29%

Charter Amendment 2: Primaries
Amend charter to allow candidates for elected office to be nominated by petition, as opposed to primary elections.VotesVote %
Yes 2,980 51%
No 2,872 49%

Charter Amendment 3: Compensation
Amend charter so that the city council, which currently fixes the compensation of all city employees, also will fix compensation of city officers.VotesVote %
Yes 3,371 58%
No 2,422 42%

Charter Amendment 4: Assessor
Amend charter to allow the city assessor to be appointed by the mayor and confimed by the city council, instead of by election.VotesVote %
Yes 2,174 36%
No 3,925 64%

Wayne
Charter Amendment 1: Districts
Amend charter to divide the city into six, single-member districts for election of city council members.VotesVote %
Yes 2,397 57%
No 1,780 43%

Charter Amendment 2: Elective Office
Amend charter so that no person is eligible for re-election as mayor or council member if that person previously has served 16 years or more as mayor, council member, or a combination of both offices.VotesVote %
Yes 2,866 67%
No 1,432 33%

Police and Fire Millage Renewal
Renew levy of 1 mill for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 2,302 54%
No 1,979 46%

Crestwood School District
Board Member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Zaineb A. Hussein 2,054 21%
Sue Kaminsky 4,288 44%
Colleen Krizanic 3,437 35%

Dearborn Public Schools
Board Member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Michelle Audia 2,231 4%
Rodger Bartles 3,121 6%
Mariam Bazzi 9,038 17%
Nofila J. Haidar 3,399 7%
Ahmed Harhara 1,618 3%
Mary Anne Hering 5,153 10%
Kenneth Jannot Jr. 2,431 5%
Ghinwah Karkaba 4,258 8%
Michael Meade 7,872 15%
Christopher Robert Paulsen 4,802 9%
Mary K. Petlichkoff 7,756 15%

Operating Millage Renewals
Renew levies of 18 mills and 6.17 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 16,029 66%
No 8,124 34%

Dearborn Heights School District #7
Board Member
Two 4-year termsVotesVote %
Marcia Lebar 1,180 32%
David Mack 1,317 36%
Velma Truitt 1,136 31%

Detroit Public Schools
Board Member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
At-Large
Dennis M. Bryant 24,953 7%
Victor B. Gibson 18,447 5%
Wytrice Harris 16,258 5%
Arlyssa Heard 25,953 7%
Georgia Lemmons 16,920 5%
LaMar Lemmons 42,103 12%
Reverend David Murray 38,242 11%
Ramon J. Patrick 11,170 3%
Robin Paul 11,309 3%
Sharon Render-Johnson 23,959 7%
Kerry Sanders 25,494 7%
Ulice Sherman Jr. 5,845 2%
Ida Carol Short 33,447 10%
Patricia Johnson Singleton 30,120 9%
Gregory White 15,942 5%
James W. Williams IV 9,987 3%

Ecorse Public Schools
Board Member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Latricia Clemons 325 6%
Phyllis L. Cook 835 15%
Darren Johnson 880 16%
Kelia Freeman McPhaul 821 15%
April Ackerman Miller 1,017 18%
Walter Eugene Parks Jr. 620 11%
Carol Salisbury 537 10%
Willie White 466 8%

Garden City Public Schools
Sinking Fund Millage Renewal
Renew levy of 2 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,515 61%
No 2,836 39%

Gibraltar School District
Operating Millage Renewal
Renew levy of 17.94 mills for 10 years on non-homestead property.VotesVote %
Yes 4,413 69%
No 1,984 31%

Operating Millage Cushion Renewal
Renew levy of 3 mills for 10 years on non-homestead property.VotesVote %
Yes 4,049 64%
No 2,276 36%

Grosse Ile Schools
Board Member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Jeffrey A. Anderson 1,315 15%
Frank DeMare III 2,160 24%
Dimitri Gargasoulas 1,442 16%
Collie Hooper-Yan 2,220 25%
Patricia L. Selby 1,908 21%

Grosse Pointe Public Schools
Board Member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Tara Burdick 3,813 8%
Guy T. Gehlert 4,855 10%
Jake Howlett 6,779 14%
Ahmed Ismail 7,891 17%
Cynthia Tennent Sohn 7,839 16%
Brian C. Summerfield 8,319 17%
Margaret Weertz 8,226 17%

Operating Millage Renewal
Renew levy of 19 mills for five years; no more than 8.08 mills may be imposed on principal residences.VotesVote %
Yes 16,172 70%
No 6,772 30%

Sinking Fund Millage Renewal
Renew levy of 1 mill for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 16,410 72%
No 6,432 28%

Hamtramck Public Schools
Board Member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Saad A. Almasmari 803 10%
Mohammad Huda 1,268 15%
M. Alwey Hussein 588 7%
Dennis Lukas 1,222 15%
Evan Major 1,334 16%
Anam Miah 1,177 14%
Nasir Sabuj 1,019 12%
Alan Shulgon 986 12%

Board Member
One partial term ending 12/31/2018VotesVote %
Anwar S. Almasmari 714 22%
Eric M. Burkman 653 21%
Cathie Ladzinski Gordon 791 25%
Ataur Khan 1,018 32%

Board Member
One partial term ending 12/31/2016VotesVote %
Omar Saleh Almasmari 919 30%
Ripon Ahmed Lasker (formerly Humayun Lasker) 992 32%
Jackie Starr 1,176 38%

Harper Woods District Schools
Board Member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Angela Denise Fenderson 1,077 18%
Gene L. Hall II 661 11%
Colleen Keveney 952 16%
David Kien 927 16%
M. Joan Mannino 1,008 17%
Kelly Morrison 1,346 23%

Huron School District
Board Member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Milos Vladimir Milacic 894 13%
Jack Richert 2,167 32%
Trena L. Szawara 1,669 25%
Alice A. Whited 1,972 29%

Livonia Public Schools
Board Member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Colleen Burton 15,541 25%
Jake Emerick 4,561 7%
Jeffrey T. Jacobs 4,665 7%
Liz Jarvis 11,312 18%
Mark R. Johnson 9,961 16%
Steve Johnson 5,901 9%
Suzanne Migrin 7,710 12%
Gregory E. Zotos 3,365 5%

Melvindale-North Allen Park Public Schools
School Bond Proposal
Levy 1.98 mills in 2015, then 1.96 mills annually to raise $14,275,000.VotesVote %
Yes 1,843 48%
No 2,008 52%

Northville Public Schools
Board Member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Scott Frush 5,512 20%
Roland Hwang 7,317 27%
Ann B. Kalass 7,593 28%
James Mazurek 6,683 25%

Redford Union School District
Operating Millage Renewal
Renew levy of 18.76 mills for five years.VotesVote %
Yes 4,286 65%
No 2,316 35%

River Rouge School District
Board Member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Viveca Butler 712 14%
William Campbell 952 19%
Vicki Dobbins 703 14%
Darryl Folks II 783 16%
Ingrid Wilson Johnson 833 17%
Greg P. Joseph 738 15%
Zakiya Knighten 273 5%

Riverview Community Schools
Board Member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Shawn Filkins 1,406 23%
Allen Gaggini 1,608 27%
Cheryl Irving 1,652 27%
David Wassick 1,375 23%

School Bond Proposal
Levy 3.05 mills in 2015, then 5.53 mills annually to raise $19,900,000.VotesVote %
Yes 1,969 49%
No 2,041 51%

Pool Bond Proposal
Levy 0.9 mill in 2015, then 1.21 mills to raise $4,730,000.VotesVote %
Yes 2,001 50%
No 2,004 50%

Romulus Community Schools
Board Member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Theresa Beard 3,509 22%
Ulanda C. Caldwell 2,658 17%
Thomas C. Kuderik 2,280 14%
Robert W. McLachlan 2,256 14%
Devan Safford 2,898 18%
John Thiede 2,281 14%

South Redford School District
Board Member
Two 6-year termsVotesVote %
Tom Dowdy 2,388 25%
Melanie Flesher 2,300 24%
Katie Theakston 1,330 14%
Shirley W. Tolliver 3,441 36%

Southgate Schools
Operating Millage Renewal
Renew levy of 18.13 mills for 10 years.VotesVote %
Yes 5,771 64%
No 3,245 36%

Taylor School District
Board Member
Three 4-year termsVotesVote %
Blaine Honeycutt 6,317 25%
Barry M. Inman 4,219 17%
Douglas Meyers 5,125 20%
Norman Stachulski 3,925 16%
Thomas S. Zorn 5,481 22%

Trenton Public School District
Board Member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
David M. French 2,625 22%
Rachel Helton 2,640 22%
Tom Kinney 2,508 21%
Eric P. Vargo 1,743 15%
Bruce J. Wyke 2,239 19%

Wayne-Westland Community Schools
Board Member
Three 6-year termsVotesVote %
Tom Froreich 6,722 20%
Melandie Yvonne Hines 8,267 25%
Carol Middel 9,412 28%
Shawna Walker 8,937 27%

Board Member
One partial term ending 12/31/2016VotesVote %
Adam S. Adamski (formerly Mario Fundarski) 4,517 31%
Trav Griffin 9,921 69%

Wyandotte Public Schools
Board Member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Kathryn Petrowski Bedikian 3,141 18%
Chris Calvin 3,103 18%
Cynthia Wilson Kinney 3,247 19%
Patrick J. Sutka 3,961 23%
Michael A. Swiecki 3,892 22%

Belleville Area District Library
Board Member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
LaChelle Reed Caver 3,399 12%
Mary Jane Dawson 3,992 15%
Bernard A. Grant 3,167 12%
Paul W. Henning 2,774 10%
Phillip Miller 3,340 12%
Joseph Monte 2,506 9%
Sharon C. Peters 4,252 15%
Tanya Stoudemire 4,089 15%

Northville District Library
Operating Millage Renewal
Renew levy of 0.2 mill for seven years.VotesVote %
Yes 10,878 76%
No 3,473 24%

Plymouth District Library
Board Member
Four 4-year termsVotesVote %
Brian Anderson 4,818 21%
Bryan Bentley 3,931 17%
Stephen G. Harper 4,305 18%
Kimberly A. Hickey 5,254 22%
Michael F. Pappas 5,191 22%

Redford Township District Library
Operating Millage Proposal
Levy 1.4 mills for eight years.VotesVote %
Yes 9,636 66%
No 4,939 34%