By Scott Bolthouse
Updated Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 8:15 a.m.
It’s well after 11 p.m. in Huron Township on election day 2016, and the local results for the election are in.
7,957 ballots were cast in Huron Tuesday out of 11,939 registered voters.
Incumbent Supervisor David Glaab will retain his position, edging out challenger David Haener. Glaab received 3,938 votes to Haener’s 3,586.
Incumbent Clerk Kathleen Van Wasshnova will also keep her position on the township board, receiving 4,134 votes to challenger Antoinette Gracia’s 2,993 votes.
Treasurer candidate Colleen Lazere will be a new face on the board, receiving 3,907 votes over incumbent Treasurer Linda Spangler’s 3,386 votes.
Trustee candidates John Chont, Michael Glaab, David Patterson, and Jeremy Cady took the most votes in the race for the board’s four trustee spots.
In the race for State Representative for the 23rd District, Bob Howey got more votes in Huron than challenger Darrin Camilleri, 3,983 to 3,399.
There were several write-ins for each position on the ballot in Huron.
On the presidential level, Donald Trump won by a large margin in Huron Township, receiving 4,765 votes to Hillary Clinton’s 2,700.
In comparison, I put a presidential poll on the Huron Hub’s front page, and in that non-scientitic poll, Trump received 120 votes to Clinton’s 43 votes.
View the full election results courtesy of the the Huron Township Clerk’s office HERE.
Congratulations to the candidates who will hold their positions, as well as to the new faces that will be sitting on the board come January.
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