By Scott Bolthouse—Hub Editor—ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com
Tuesday’s election results for Huron Township are in.
6,925 voters cast a ballot in Huron during the election.
Angela Cady edged out David Haener for a partial-term spot as trustee on the Huron Township Board.
Cady received 3,418 votes to Haener’s 2,925.
Current Clerk Jeremy Cady ran unopposed and will keep his partial-term seat on the board.
In Huron, 3,566 voted for Bill Schuette, Republican candidate for governor, and 3,074 voted for Democrat challenger Gretchen Whitmer.
As of 10:40 p.m. Tuesday evening, Whitmer was projected by Fox News as the victor in the race for Michigan’s next governor.
All three state proposals received more yes votes than no votes in the township.
In a very tight local race, Darrin Camilleri, incumbent state representative for the 23rd District, received 3,287 votes to challenger Michael Frazier’s 3,284 votes in the township.
The 23rd District includes the communities of Brownstown Township, Gibraltar, Grosse Ile Township, Huron Township, Trenton, and Woodhaven.
Check back with the Huron Hub for further election results