Dexter Area Election Results For Nov. 7, 2017

In case you missed it somehow, Tuesday Nov. 7, 2017 was Election Day. Here are the results for the Dexter Area:

City of Dexter

Of 3,152 registered voters, 960 showed up at the polls for a 30.46% voter turnout.

Five people ran to fill three spots on the Dexter City Council.

Jim Carson Paul Cousins Donna L. Fisher Julie A. Knight Cole Miller Rejected write-ins Unassigned write-ins
Totals  426
18.78%
 541
23.85%
 529
23.32%
 437
19.27%
 330
14.55%
 0
0.00%
 5
0.22%

 

Dexter City Mayor, Shawn Keough, ran unopposed for re-election.

Shawn W. Keough Rejected write-ins Unassigned write-ins
Totals  741
96.74%
 0
0.00%
 25
3.26%

 

Webster Township

Webster Township narrowly voted in favor of a public safety millage that will raise their taxes by 3.4 mills ($3.40 for every taxable $1,000 valuation) which will go primarily to the purchase of new fire-fighting equipment.

PRECINCT NAME YES NO
Webster Township, Precincts 1 & 2  384  472
Webster Township, Precinct 3  291  198
Totals  675
50.19%
 670
49.81%

 

Washtenaw County WISD Millage

The Country voted almost 3 to 1 to levy a special education millage previously approved in the amount of .9719 mills (.9719 cents for every taxable $1,000 valuation).

YES NO
Totals  37951
73.91%
13400
26.09%

 

How area precincts voted on the proposal are listed below.

Yes No
Dexter Township, Precinct 1 & 3  510  264
Dexter Township, Precinct 2  284  162
Scio Township, Precincts 1 & 7  619  128
Scio Township, Precincts 2 & 3  614  212
Scio Township, Precincts 4 & 8  646  210
Scio Township, Precinct 5  105  22
Scio Township, Precinct 6  159  36
Webster Township, Precincts 1 & 2  445  397
Webster Township, Precinct 3  340  149

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