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Politics & Government

Primary Election Results For August 6, 2019

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UPDATED at 11:10 p.m.: Here are the results for the primary election in Lansing, Jackson, Flint, Meridian Township and other communities.

The primary for Lansing City Council candidates is Tuesday. Voters will be tasked with narrowing the field of candidates on the ballot before the general election in November.
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CITY of LANSING - At-Large City Council Member (top four advance to November election)

100% of precincts reporting

Carol Wood - 5,620 - 34.87%

Patricia A. Spitzley - 3,907 - 24.24%

Yanice Jackson-Long - 2,681 - 16.63%

Julee Rodocker - 2,626 - 16.29%

Terry Eagle - 1,285 - 7.97%

Write-in - 98

CITY of LANSING - Ward 1 City Council Member (top two advance to November election)

100% of precincts reporting

Jody Washington - 895 - 39.57%

Brandon Betz - 633 - 27.98%

Scott Hughes - 353 - 15.61%

James Pyle - 242 - 10.70%

Farhan Sheikh-Omar - 139 - 6.15%

Write-in - 2

MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP - Street Improvement Bond Proposal

100% precincts reporting

Yes - 4,250 - 59.72%

No - 2,866 - 40.28%

MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP - Redi Ride Millage Renewal

100% precincts reporting

Yes - 4,487 - 63.12%

No - 2,622 - 36.88%

CITY of JACKSON - Mayor (top two advance to November election)

100% of precincts reporting

Derek J. Dobies - 1098 - 54%

Jeromy Alexander - 568 - 28%

Cindy Eby - 364 - 18%

Write-In Candidates - 7

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CITY of FLINT - Mayor (top two advance to November election)

100% of precincts reporting

Karen Weaver - 3,815 - 42.02%

Sheldon A. Neeley - 3,586 - 39.50%

Don Pfeiffer - 1,198 - 13.20%

Gregory A. Eason - 452 - 4.98%

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POTTERVILLE SCHOOLS - Operating Millage Renewal

100% of precincts reporting

Yes - 271 - 67.58%

No - 128 - 31.92%

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