Dearborn Heights November 2 Election Results

View election results for Dearborn Heights mayor, city council and school district millage.

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

Dearborn Heights voters will select a mayor and city council members and decide whether to approve a school millage proposal.

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Mayor
Mayor – Partial Term
City Council
City Council – Partial Term
School District No. 7 Proposal


Mayor

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 27 of 27 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Bill Bazzi 5,958
Denise Malinowski Maxwell 2,290
TOTAL* 8,287

*Includes write-ins


Mayor

Partial term ending 12/31/2021

Precincts reporting: 27 of 27 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Bill Bazzi 5,822
Denise Malinowski Maxwell 2,130
TOTAL* 8,007

*Includes write-ins


City Council

4 year term, 4 positions

Precincts reporting: 27 of 27 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Zouher Abdel-hak 2,425
Hassan Ahmad 4,082
Nancy Bryer 4,546
Bob Constan 4,860
Rachel LaPointe 3,918
Tom Wencel 4,715
TOTAL* 24,709

*Includes write-ins


City Council

Partial term ending 12/31/2023

Candidate Votes
Ned Apigian 2,182
Mo Baydoun 5,326
TOTAL* 7,565

*Includes write-ins


School District No. 7 Proposal

This millage will allow the school district to continue to levy not more than the statutory maximum rate of 18 mills on all property except principal residence and qualified agricultural property required for the school district to continue to receive its full revenue per pupil foundation allowance.

Precincts reporting: 5 of 5 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 869
No 678
TOTAL 1,547

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