November 5, 2002 General Election

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Election Results
November 5,  2002 General Election

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These results are not official until the election is certified.  The results listed here are only for the Charter Township of Plymouth election and are for informational purposes only.

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GOVERNOR

DICK POSTHUMUS
  LOREN BENNETT
REPUBLICAN 6905
JENNIFER M. GRANHOLM
  JOHN D. CHERRY,JR. 
DEMOCRATIC   5355
DOUGLAS CAMPBELL
  ADRIANNA BUONARROTI 
GREEN 104
JOSEPH M.PILCHAK
  CLARA C. PILCHAK 
U.S. TAXPAYERS 28

 

SECRETARY OF STATE

VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)

TERRI LYNN LAND  REPUBLICAN 8076
MELVIN BUTCH HOLLOWELL 
(FORMERLY: MELVIN JOHN HOLLOWELL)
DEMOCRATIC 3847
RAY ZIARNO  GREEN 135
CHARLES F. CONCES  U.S. TAXPAYERS 43

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)
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MIKE COX  REPUBLICAN 7077
GARY C. PETERS  DEMOCRATIC 4336
JERRY JAY KAUFMAN  GREEN 131
GERALD TRUMAN VAN SICKLE  U.S. TAXPAYERS 46

 

 

CONGRESSIONAL
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UNITED STATES SENATOR

VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)

ANDREW RACZKOWSKI REPUBLICAN 5886
CARL LEVIN  DEMOCRATIC 6196
ERIC BORREGARD  GREEN 83
JOHN S. MANGOPOULOS  REFORM 34
DOUG DERN  NATURAL LAW 12

 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - 11TH DISTRICT

VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)

THADDEUS G. McCOTTER REPUBLICAN 7549
KEVIN KELLY  DEMOCRATIC 4043
WILLIAM BOYD  GREEN 288
DAN MALONE  U.S. TAXPAYERS 73

 

 

LEGISLATIVE
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STATE SENATOR - 7TH DISTRICT

VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)

BRUCE PATTERSON REPUBLICAN

7279

GEORGE W. MANS  DEMOCRATIC

4488

 

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE - 20th DISTRICT 
VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)
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JOHN C. STEWART  REPUBLICAN 7900
MARK B. BLACKWELL  DEMOCRATIC 3468
JAMES R. DEAN  LIBERTARIAN

282

 

 

STATE BOARDS
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MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
VOTE FOR not more than TWO (2)

CAROLYN L. CURTIN  REPUBLICAN 6299
MICHAEL WARREN  REPUBLICAN 6320
ELIZABETH W. BAUER  DEMOCRATIC 4244
NANCY L. QUARLES  DEMOCRATIC 3462
DIANE BARNES  LIBERTARIAN 243
SCOTTY BOMAN LIBERTARIAN 378
KYLE MOXLEY GREEN 149
KAREN ANNE SHELLEY  GREEN 227
JUDITH CZAK  U.S. TAXPAYERS 101
RON MONROE  U.S. TAXPAYERS 93
MICHAEL A. KITCHEN  NATURAL LAW 44

 

MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BOARD OF REGENTS
VOTE FOR not more than TWO (2)

ANDREA FISCHER NEWMAN  REPUBLICAN 6965
ANDREW C. RICHNER  REPUBLICAN 6116
ISMAEL AHMED  DEMOCRATIC 3038
GREG STEPHENS  DEMOCRATIC 3430
WILLIAM W. HALL  LIBERTARIAN 298
SUSAN FAWCETT  GREEN 374
MATT PETERING GREEN 315
RICK GUALDONI  U.S. TAXPAYERS 163
NICK WAUN  REFORM 98
DAVID ARNDT  NATURAL LAW 99

 

MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
VOTE FOR not more than TWO (2)

JOANNE G. EMMONS  REPUBLICAN 6150
DONALD W. NUGENT  REPUBLICAN 6369
COLLEEN M. McNAMARA  DEMOCRATIC 4317
CAL RAPSON  DEMOCRATIC 3014
SURJIT DULAI  GREEN 223
JASON LaFAY  GREEN 225
BARBARA J. PACIFICO U.S. TAXPAYERS 212
CRYSTAL A. VAN SICKLE  U.S. TAXPAYERS 160

 

MEMBERS OF THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF GOVERNORS
VOTE FOR not more than TWO (2)

DIANE L. DUNASKISS  REPUBLICAN 6574
ANDREW G. McLEMORE, JR.  REPUBLICAN 5582
LEON H. ATCHISON  DEMOCRATIC 3488
RICHARD BERNSTEIN  DEMOCRATIC 3558
THOMAS W. JONES  LIBERTARIAN 215
STACY SPAULDING VAN OAST  LIBERTARIAN 267
FREDERICK KLINE  GREEN 200
HAROLD H. DUNN  U.S. TAXPAYERS 122
ROBERT S. MILLER  U.S. TAXPAYERS 133
KATHLEEN OAKFORD  NATURAL LAW 133

 

 

COUNTY
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COUNTY EXECUTIVE
VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)

RICHARD S. FREDERICK REPUBLICAN 4775
ROBERT A. FICANO DEMOCRATIC 7134

 

WAYNE COUNTY COMMISSIONER - 10TH DISTRICT
VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)

LYN BANKES REPUBLICAN 8509

 

 

NON-PARTISAN
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JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT 
INCUMBENT POSITIONS
VOTE FOR not more than TWO (2)
J. MARTIN BRENNAN  2099
MICHAEL L. DONAHUE  1163
MAGGIE W. DRAKE 2186
DONNELLY WRIGHT HADDEN  391
ELIZABETH A. WEAVER
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT 
5978
ROBERT YOUNG
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT 
5852
BRUCE H. YUILLE  272

 

JUDGES OF THE COURT OF APPEALS - 1st DISTRICT
INCUMBENT POSITIONS
VOTE FOR not more than TWO (2)
CYNTHIA GRAY HATHAWAY  2920
CHRIS MURRAY
JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 
5810
MICHAEL J. TALBOT
JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 
6478

 

JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS - 1st DISTRICT
NON-INCUMBENT POSITION 

VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)
JAMES R. CHYLINSKI  4168
KAREN FORT HOOD  2759

 

JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT - 3rd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
INCUMBENT POSITIONS

VOTE FOR not more than TWENTY (20)
SUSAN D. BORMAN
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4576
ULYSSES WHITTAKER BOYKIN
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
3354
HELEN E. BROWN
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4415
BILL CALLAHAN
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4372
JAMES A. CALLAHAN  2862
MICHAEL JAMES CALLAHAN
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4272
DAPHNE MEANS CURTIS
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
3816
VONDA R. EVANS
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
3521
JOHN H. GILLIS, JR.
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4221
WILLIAM J. GIOVAN
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4189
PAMELA RAE HARWOOD
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4151
RICHARD P. HATHAWAY
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4548
VERA MASSEY JONES
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
3753
MARY BETH KELLY
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4944
STEPHEN P. KORN  2354
ARTHUR J. LOMBARD
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4137
WARFIELD MOORE, JR.
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
3212
SUSAN B. NEILSON
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4948
CRAIG S. STRONG
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4063
EDWARD M. THOMAS
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT
4157
KYM L. WORTHY
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
3782
ROBERT L. ZIOLKOWSKI
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
4358

 

JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT - 3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
NON-INCUMBENT POSITION 
VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)
CHRIS DINGELL  3826
LYNNE A. PIERCE  4419

 

JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT - 3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
INCUMBENT POSITIONS
PARTIAL TERMS ENDING JANUARY 1, 2005

VOTE FOR not more than TWO (2)
RONALD GILES  2117
MICHAEL HATHAWAY
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
6081
LITA HELENE POPKE
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 
5233

 

JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT - 3RD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
INCUMBENT POSITIONS
PARTIAL TERM ENDING JANUARY 1, 2007 

VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)
MARIA LUISA OXHOLM
JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 

6228

 

JUDGES OF THE PROBATE COURT
INCUMBENT POSITIONS

VOTE FOR not more than THREE (3)
MARTIN THOMAS MAHER
JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT 
5649
FRANCES PITTS
JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT 
5241
DAVID J. SZYMANSKI
JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT 
5894

 

JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT - 35th DISTRICT
INCUMBENT POSITION 

VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)
JOHN E. MacDONALD
JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 

7012

 

JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT - 35TH DISTRICT
NEW JUDGESHIP
VOTE FOR not more than ONE (1)
MICHAEL J. GEROU 5259
KAREN WOODSIDE 4486

 

TRUSTEE, PLYMOUTH DISTRICT LIBRARY
VOTE FOR not more than FOUR (4)
HUGH L. HARSHA  5302
KIMBERLY A. HICKEY  5871
MICHAEL F. PAPPAS  5643

WRITE-INS

 
JOSEPH BRIDGMAN 2
JOE BRIDGMAN 9
JOE BRIDGEMAN 7
BRIDGMAN JOSEPH 1
GORDON TOTTY 14
GORDON T TOTTY 5
GORDON TODDY 1
GORDONTOTTY 1
TOTTY 3
JOSEPH BRIGEMAN 1
J BRIDGMAN 1

 

PROPOSALS
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STATE PROPOSAL 02-1
A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 269 OF 2001 -
AN ACT TO AMEND CERTAIN SECTIONS OF MICHIGAN ELECTION LAW

 Public Act 269 of 2001 would:

   Eliminate "straight party" vote option on partisan general election ballots.

   Require Secretary of State to obtain training reports from local election officials.

   Require registered voters who do not appear on registration list to show picture
   identification before voting a challenged ballot.

   Require expedited canvass if presidential vote differential is under 25,000.

   Require ballot counting equipment to screen ballots for voting errors to ensure 
   the accurate tabulation of absentee ballots. Permit voters in polls to correct
   errors

   Provide penalties for stealing campaign signs or accepting payment for
   campaign work while being paid as a public employee to perform election duties.

Should this law be approved?
YES 4904
NO 6871

 

STATE PROPOSAL 02-2
A PROPOSAL TO AUTHORIZE BONDS FOR SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS
PROJECTS, STORM WATER PROJECTS AND WATER POLLUTION PROJECTS

The proposal would: 

   Authorize the State of Michigan to borrow a sum not to exceed $1 billion
   to improve the quality of the waters of the state by financing sewage
   treatment works projects, storm water projects and water pollution projects. 

   Authorize the state to issue general obligation bonds pledging the full faith
   and credit of the state for the payment of principal and interest on the bonds. 

   Provide for repayment of the bonds from the general fund of the state. 

 Should this proposal be adopted?
YES 7220
NO 4467

 

STATE PROPOSAL 02-3
A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO GRANT STATE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING WITH BINDING ARBITRATION

The proposed constitutional amendment would:

   Grant state classified employees, in appropriate bargaining units determined
   by the Civil Service Commission, the right to elect bargaining representatives
   for the purpose of collective bargaining with the state employer. 

   Require the state to bargain in good faith for the purpose of reaching a binding
   collective bargaining agreement with any elected bargaining representatives over
   wages, hours, pensions and other terms and conditions of employment. 

   Extend the bargaining representatives the right to submit any unresolved disputes
   over the terms of a collective bargaining agreement to binding arbitration 30 days
   after the commencement of bargaining.
 
 Should the proposal be adopted?
YES 3742
NO 7779

 

STATE PROPOSAL 02-4
A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO REALLOCATE THE
"TOBACCO SETTLEMENT REVENUE" RECEIVED BY THE STATE FROM CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS

 The proposed constitutional amendment would:

   Annually allocate on a permanent basis 90% (approximately $297 million)
   of "tobacco settlement revenue" received by state from cigarette manufacturers
   as follows: $151.8 million to nonprofit hospitals, licensed nursing homes,
   licensed hospices, nurse practitioners, school-linked health centers and Healthy
   Michigan Foundation; $102.3 million to fund programs to reduce tobacco use,
   Health and Aging Research Development Initiative, Tobacco-Free Futures Fund,
   Council of Michigan Foundations and Nurses Scholarship Program; and $42.9
   million to the Elder Prescription Drug Program. 

   Guarantee recipients funding at 2001 appropriation levels plus additional state
   funds on an escalating basis for nonprofit hospitals, licensed nursing homes,
   licensed hospices and nurse practitioners. 

 Should this proposal be adopted?
YES 3455
NO 8486

 

COUNTY PROPOSAL
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METROPOLITAN ARTS AND CULTURE COUNCIL
Arts, Parks, and Kids Millage Proposal
COUNTY of OAKLAND and COUNTY of WAYNE

The Metropolitan Arts and Culture Council (the "Council") will support nonprofit regional history, science, and arts institutions and local arts and recreational programs within its operating area of Oakland County and Wayne County. As provided in Public Act 292 of 1989, as amended, the Council may levy a .5 mill ad valorem tax (50 cents per thousand dollars of taxable value) on the taxable value of taxable real and personal property located within Oakland County and Wayne County for ten years, 2003 - 2012, inclusive. If approved and levied, this new additional millage will generate approximately Forty Six Million Dollars
($46,000,000) in 2003.
 
Two-thirds of the revenues collected will be distributed to non-profit regional cultural institutions to support programming for children, families and seniors in Oakland County and Wayne County.

One-third of the revenues collected in each of the following cities, villages, and townships within Oakland County will be returned to that city, village or township to fund local cultural and recreational programs and facilities:

Addison Township, City of Auburn Hills, City of Berkley, Village of Beverly Hills,
Village of Bingham Farms, City of Birmingham, Bloomfield Township, City of Bloomfield Hills, Brandon Township, City of Clarkston, City of Clawson, Commerce Township, City of Farmington, City of Farmington Hills, City of Ferndale, Village of Franklin, Groveland Township, City of Hazel Park, Highland Township, Holly Township, Village of Holly, City of Huntington Woods, Independence Township, City of Keego Harbor, City of Lake Angelus, Village of Lake Orion, City of Lathrup Village, Village of Leonard, Lyon Township, City of Madison Heights, Milford Township, Village of Milford, City of Northville, City of Novi, Novi Township, City of Oak Park, Oakland Township, City of Orchard Lake Village, Orion Township, Village of Ortonville, Oxford Township, Village of Oxford, City of Pleasant Ridge, City of Pontiac, City of Rochester, City of Rochester Hills, Rose Township, City of 
Royal Oak, Royal Oak Township, City of Southfield, Southfield Township, City of South Lyon, Springfield Township, City of Sylvan Lake, City of Troy, City of Walled Lake, Waterford Township, West Bloomfield Township, White Lake Township, City of Wixom, Village of Wolverine Lake.

One-third of the revenues collected in each of the following cities, villages, and townships within Wayne County will be retained by that city, village or township to fund cultural and recreational programs and facilities:

City of Allen Park, City of Belleville, Brownstown Township, Canton Township, City of Dearborn, City of Dearborn Heights, City of Detroit, City of Ecorse, City of Flat Rock, City of Garden City, City of Gibraltar, Grosse Ile Township, City of Grosse Pointe, Village of Grosse Pointe Shores, City of Grosse Pointe Farms, City of Grosse Pointe Park, City of  Grosse Pointe Woods, City of Hamtramck, City of Harper Woods, City of Highland Park, Huron Township, City of Inkster, City of Lincoln Park, City of Livonia, City of Melvindale, City of Northville, Northville Township, City of Plymouth, Plymouth Township, Redford Township, City of River Rouge, City of Riverview, City of Rockwood, City of Romulus, City  of Southgate, Sumpter Township, City of Taylor, City of Trenton, Van Buren Township, City of Wayne, City of Westland, City of Woodhaven, City of Wyandotte.
 
Should this millage proposal be adopted?

YES 5356
NO 6473



 
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