Mid-Michigan May 7 Election Results

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LANSING, MI (WILX) - It was election day for some voters here in Mid-Michigan today.

The common thread among all of the ballot proposals.

Asking voters for money to improve schools.

In Ingham County, the Lansing School District asked voters to pass a sinking fund for more than $70 million.

With 100% of the precincts reporting:

Yes - 4,610

No - 3,800

The Lansing School District total includes votes from the one precinct located in Eaton County

Voters did not approve Charlotte Public Schools bid for a nearly $28 million dollar bond proposal to help pay for building remodeling, security, and technological upgrades.

Yes - 1,757

No - 1,931

In Okemos the school district proposed a $24.9 million bond for things like security improvements, more buses, athletic sites.

With 100% of the precincts reporting:

Yes - 3,082

No - 1,148

Mason Public Schools were requesting a $3.5 million operating millage.

With 100% of the precincts reporting:

Yes - 2,124

No - 752

Dansville Public Schools has a sinking fund millage proposal on the ballot.

With 100% of the precincts reporting:

Yes - 266

No - 368

In Jackson County -- there were three school funding questions on today's ballot.

The East Jackson School District asked for a nearly $9 million bond.

With 100% of the precincts reporting:

Yes - 291

No - 220

Concord Community Schools asked voters for a five-year renewal of a sinking fund.

The fund expires in December.

With 100% of the precincts reporting:

Yes - 330

No - 186

And a one mill bond from more than 20 years ago is expiring for the Hanover Horton School District and seeking a new new bond to enhance and upgrade facilities.

With 100% of the precincts reporting:

Yes - 447

No - 272

In Eaton County, the Charlotte Public School offered voters a bonding proposal.

The decision was whether or not to approve a $28 million dollar bond for school renovations and security.

Yes - 1757
No - 1931

These results are unofficial until verified.

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