Election 2

A Spring Lake resident walks with her ballot in the gymnasium of St. Mary’s Catholic Church on Tuesday afternoon.

Unofficial election results: Nov. 8 (updated: Wednesday 3 p.m.)

Governor (99% reporting)

√Gretchen Whitmer: 2,424,597 (54.5%)

Tudor Dixon: 1,956,538 (44.9%)

Attorney General (99% reporting)

√Dana Nessel: 2,326,202 (53.2%)

Matthew DePerno: 1,948,278 (44.5%)

Secretary of State (99% reporting)

√Jocelyn Benson: 2,461,789 (55.8%)

Kristina Karamo: 1,848,669 (41.9%)

Congress, 3rd District (100% reporting)

√Hillary Scholten: 186,109 (54.8%)

John Gibbs: 142,321 (41.9%)

State Senate, 31st District (100% reporting)

Kim Nagy: 47,401

√Roger Victory: 82,371

Jessica Fox: 2,845

State House, 88th District (100% reporting)

Christine Baker: 20,524

√Greg VanWoerkom: 27,531

Marv Bolthouse: 958

Ottawa County commissioner, 10th District (10 of 10 precincts fully reporting)

Douglas VanBennekom: 5,758 (40.8%)

√Roger Bergman: 8,356 (59.2%)

Ottawa County Circuit Court, new judgeship (100% reporting)

√Paul Kraus: 69,552 (67%)

Mercedes Watts: 34,304 (33%)

Grand Haven school board, 2 6-year terms (19 of 19 precincts fully reporting)

Tracey Nauta: 5,286 (14.9%)

√Nichol Stack: 8,339 (23.6%)

√Carl Treutler: 7,730 (21.8%)

Tommy Van Hill: 6,952 (19.6%)

Roger Williams: 7,086 (20%)

Grand Haven school board, 1 4-year term (19 of 19 precincts fully reporting)

√Marc Eickholt: 9,238

Thomas Hoekstra II: 9,017

Spring Lake school board, 3 6-year terms (4 of 4 precincts fully reporting)

Amber Bolhuis: 3,029

Kathy Breen: 2,884

√Courtney Holmes: 3,251

Chris Martinez: 2,998

√Jennifer Nicles: 3,301

Kevin Priddy: 479

√Curt Theune: 3,627

Statewide proposals

Proposal 1  (99% reporting)

√Yes: 66%

No: 34%

Proposal 2  (99% reporting)

√Yes: 60%

No: 40%

Proposal 3  (99% reporting)

√Yes: 57%

No: 43%

Local proposals

NORA millage, Ferrysburg (1 of 1 precinct fully reporting)

√Yes: 936 (52.4%)

No: 850 (47.6%)

NORA millage, city of Grand Haven (4 of 4 precincts fully reporting)

√Yes: 3,178 (55.8%)

No: 2,521 (44.2%)

NORA Millage, Grand Haven Township (7 of 7 precincts fully reporting)

Yes: 4,601 (48.8%)

√No: 4,826 (51.2%)

NORA Millage, Robinson Township (3 of 3 precincts fully reporting)

Yes: 1,052 (38.3%)

√No: 1,696 (61.7%)

Crockery Township nonmotorized trails millage renewal (2 of 2 precincts fully reporting)

√Yes: 1,392 (58.3%)

No: 995 (41.7%)

Olive Township road millage renewal (2 of 2 precincts fully reporting)

Yes: 1,035 (45.8%)

√No: 1,226 (54.2%)

Spring Lake Public Schools operating millage renewal (4 of 7 precincts fully reporting)

√Yes: 4,752 (61.8%)

No: 2,933 (38.2%)

Sources: miottawa.org, WZZM-TV and The Associated Press (AP).

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ChelseaNW

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