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May 2 School Special Election Results

States are beginning to plan to pivot to conduct largely vote by mail elections during the coronavirus pandemic. In Michigan, two to three million voters are expected to vote from home.

East Lansing narrowly passes a $94-million proposal to fund new schools. Millage renewals in Haslett and the Jackson ISD were also approved.

Mid-Michigan voters headed to the polls Tuesday to decide the future of several school districts.


People in the East Lansing School Districtapproved a $94-million proposal to fund construction of some new elementary schools and other school upgrades in the district.

As of 10:15 p.m., 100% of the vote had been counted. 

YES   2,782 (51.34%)

NO  2,637  (48.66%)


Voters in Haslett Public Schools approved a millage renewal.  

YES 1,186 (85.63%)

NO 199 (14.37%)


Voters in the Jackson County ISD approved a millage renewal on Tuesday as well. All votes were counted as of 10:50 p.m.:

YES 10,444 (73.24%)

NO 3,816 (26.76%)

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