Election roundup: Police millage renews in Huron Township, two candidates move on to November’s general election

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By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor in Chief

All precincts have finalized their numbers following yesterday’s primary election.

According to the Huron Township Clerk’s office, 2,588 total ballots were cast in yesterday’s election.

In Huron, 906 voted republican, 1,445 voted democrat, 237 voted non-partisan and 188 voted crossover.

Huron Township has 11,558 registered voters.

The millage renewal for the police department passed with 1,822 yes votes to 722 no votes.

“We will continue to provide the quality service you expect and deserve,” said the Huron Township Police Department’s Facebook page last night.

In the race for a partial-term seat on the Board of Trustees, Claude Wright (D) and Michael Stach (R) will face off in November. The partial term will last until 2016.

Stach was appointed to the board last year following the death of former Trustee Larry O’Kelley in May 2013.

In the race for Wayne County Commissioner for the 11th district, Wayne Mayor Abdul Haidous beat Jeremy Cady in a close race with 3,497 votes to Cady’s 3,109.

David Haener, A Huron Township native, will be on November’s ballot as the Democratic candidate for State Representative for the 23rd district. 

Sit tight, Huron Township, the general election will take place this November, and it will surely be an interesting one to watch.

 

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