Hamtramck November 2 Election Results

View election results for Hamtramck mayor, city council and ballot proposals.

Local communities across the region head to the polls on November 2 to cast their ballots for city officials and local proposals. 

Hamtramck voters will cast their ballots for mayor, city council members and proposals to amend the city charter.

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Mayor
City Council
Charter Amendment Proposal No. 1
Charter Amendment Proposal No. 2


Mayor

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 7 of 7 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Amer Ghalib 3,232
Karen Majewski 1,485
TOTAL* 4,736

*Includes write-ins


City Council

4 year term, 3 positions

Precincts reporting: 7 of 7 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Adam Albarmaki 1,794
Lynn Blasey 1,141
Amanda Jaczkowski 1,860
Muhith Mahmood 1,746
Abu Musa 1,455
Khalil Refai 1,901
TOTAL* 9,921

*Includes write-ins


Charter Amendment Proposal No. 1

The City Council proposes that Section 4.2 of the Hamtramck City Charter be amended to include that “Only registered voters of the City who have been a resident for at least one year at the time of filing to run for office, or appointment to office, are eligible to hold office as mayor or council member.”

Precincts reporting: 7 of 7 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 3,384
No 898
TOTAL 4,282

Charter Amendment Proposal No. 2

The City Council proposes that Section 4.2 of the Hamtramck City Charter be amended to include the following language to establish term limits: “A person may not hold the office of mayor for more than three terms, or hold the office of city council member for more than three (3) terms. ”

This limitation on the number of times a person shall be elected to office shall apply to terms of office that begin after adoption of this provision.

Precincts reporting: 7 of 7 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 2,777
No 1,522
TOTAL 4,299

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