For news coverage, see AnnArbor.com, the Ann Arbor Chronicle, and News of Ann Arbor (this is satire), not necessarily in that order. Additional reporting from the Heritage News’s ChelseaDexter twitter feed, the Manchester Enterprise, and the Michigan Daily.
6:50 a.m. Weds.
Rep. Paul Scott (R-Grand Blanc) was recalled by Gennesee County voters. Scott is the Republican chair of the House Education Committee and had been targeted by the Michigan Education Association. Story in the Michigan Messenger.
Ann Arbor School Board results are complete. With all 63 precincts counted, [Andy Thomas] and [Simone Lightfoot] are re-elected.
Ann Arbor School Board results to date show incumbents [Andy Thomas] and [Simone Lightfoot] with a comfortable 850+ vote lead over their challengers with only 9 of 63 precincts left to count.
Ann Arbor City Council results, with too few uncounted precincts to swing the election:
- 1: Sabra Briere (D), unopposed
- 2: Jane Lumm (I) defeats incumbent [Stephen Rapundalo] (D)
- 3: [Stephen Kunselman] (D) defeats [David Parker] (R)
- 4: Marcia Higgins (D) defeats Eric Scheie (R)
- 5: Mike Anglin (D) defeats [Stuart Berry] (R)
The Ann Arbor Chronicle. In the last paragraph, they note one of the persistent issues of estimating Ann Arbor voter turnout: “A certain number of registered voters no longer live in this area but are still in the books.”
Ann Arbor street millage results at 9:30 p.m. have 28/43 precincts counted, with 6297-1791 in favor of a 2 mill street improvement millage.
Unofficial county results have 22/109 precincts counted at 9:02 p.m.
The Ann Arbor school board canvas report has 9/63 precincts counted.
The Ann Arbor Chronicle has absentee results from the Ann Arbor School Board race, as of 8:00 p.m. The field of 6 candidates will yield 2 winners. Leading the absentee results are [Simone Lightfoot] (799), [Andy Thomas] (699), and [Lawrence A. Murphy] (677).
The [Ann Arbor Chronicle’s Civic News Ticker] is a good source for short city news. An [8:00 p.m. update] notes that Jane Lumm (I) is leading [Steve Rapundalo] (D) 461-268 in absentee ballots in the [Ann Arbor Second Ward].