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Eaton and Ingham County Election Results

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Reginald Hardwick
Vote Here sign in Lansing, Michigan

Eaton and Ingham County election results will be updated as results are made available. 

Mayoral races are as followed:

Tim Lewis, Charlotte
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Charlotte mayor Tim Lewis

City of Charlotte:

100% of precincts are in. Tim Lewis ran unopposed.

Charlotte is a city of 9,000 residents. Lewis was first elected in 2015. 

Mayor Lewis talked with WKAR's Brooke Allen back in June during our "Mondays with the Mayor" segment.

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Eaton Rapids:

All precincts are in. Paul Malweski had 498 votes and Steven G. Platte had 221 vote.

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Mayor Kalmin D. Smith of Grand Ledge

Grand Ledge:

Kalmin D. Smith defeated Michael C. Coll 562 to 408 votes. 100 percent of precincts have been counted.

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city of Olivet

City of Olivet:

Laura Barlond-Maas has 105 votes and Debra Maxwellm had 42. 100 percent of precincts are in.

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Mason Public Schools school bus

Mason Public Schools Millage:

53% of voters (2,888 votes) support the millage while 46% of voters (2,529 votes) are against the millage.

The proposal is a $69.7 million bond that improves security, technology and purchases new buses for the district.

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Eaton County 911 Surcharge Ballot Proposal:

About 51% of people voted agaisnt the proposal and 49% of voters supported the proposal.

The 911 surcharge ballot raised the landline, wireless and VOIP serive suppliers bills of Eaton County residents by $1.75. This funding would benefit the 911 emergency dispatch radio system and other equipment.

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