Clawson Elections 2012: School Millage Passes

Clawson voters said yes to the school millage; Howrlak takes state representative race by narrow margin

Updated 1:38 a.m.

Voters in Clawson chose to pass a millage for public schools Tuesday, with 64 percent voting yes.

Other results: Clawson voters chose Mike Bosnic as County Commissioner and Martin Howrylak as state representative by narrow margins.

Many voters waited in long lines to cast their ballots Tuesday.

Clawson resident Kirk Gibbs was voting this morning and was pleased with the set-up at Schalm Elementary.

"The line was awesome—only 10 minutes long. I was number 183 and it was very easy and using the League of Women's Voters publication where you could read it ahead of time made it a lot easier," Kirk Gibbs said.
His son, Sean, was along to take in the process but his 18th birthday was too late for him to vote in this election. "He missed it by 18 days but that's why he's here today," Kirk Gibbs said.

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These results are not official.

1:20 a.m. update

Clawson School Board
Results Brad Batur
 91.69% 3,796 (6 of 6 precincts) Clawson School Millage
Yes  64.3% 4,085 (6 of 6 precincts)


Oakland County Commissioner Results Tim Burns, Democrat
47.92%13,247 (21of 21 precincts)
Mike Bosnic, Republican
51.61%14,267 (21 of 21 precincts) State Representative, 41st District Results Mary Kerwin, Democrat 49.30% 22,977 (36 of 36 precincts) Martin Howrlak, Republican 50.21% 23,403 (36 of 36 precincts)

For more election coverage, including results for the U.S. Congressional races, Michigan Election 2012 and Oakland County Elections 2012.

Keith Best November 13, 2012 at 01:49 PM
The uncertainty of the election was holding back employers. They were poised to start hiring with the election of Romney/ Ryan. Now that Obamabots have ended that hope, employers will be laying back because of Obamacare and higher taxes on small business owners. Many are laying off people.You Obamabots have no idea what you have done. Who is John Galt?


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