Detroit November 2 Election Results

View election results for Detroit mayor, clerk, city council, police commissioners and Proposals R, E and S.

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

Detroit voters will cast their ballots for mayor, city council members, police commissioners and ballot proposals R, E and S.

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Mayor
Clerk
City Council – At Large
City Council – District 1
City Council – District 2
City Council – District 4
City Council – District 6
City Council – District 7
Police Commissioner – District 2
Police Commissioner – District 4
Police Commissioner – District 6
Proposal R – Reparations Task Force
Proposal E – Ethneogenic Plants
Proposal S – City Charter Amendment


Mayor

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Anthony Adams 22,374
Mike Duggan 69,329
TOTAL* 92,111

Includes write-ins


Clerk

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Denzel McCampbell 25,830
Janice Winfrey 64,332
TOTAL 90,418

Includes write-ins


City Council – At Large

4 year term, 2 positions

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Janeé Ayers 38,986
Nicole Small 25,302
Mary Waters 41,664
Coleman Young Jr. 48,358
TOTAL* 154,712

*Includes write-ins


City Council – District 1

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 95 of 95 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Krystal Larsosa 4,089
James Tate, Jr. 12,028
TOTAL 16,163

*Includes write-ins


City Council – District 2

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 99 of 99 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Angela Whitfield Calloway 9,952
Roy McCalister, Jr. 8,020
TOTAL* 18,059

*Includes write-ins


City Council – District 4

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 88 of 88 (100%)
Candidate Votes
M.L. Elrick 4,414
Latisha Johnson 6,880
TOTAL* 11,310

*Includes write-ins


City Council – District 6

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 76 of 76 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Hector Santiago 2,028
Gabriela Santiago-Romero 5,921
TOTAL 8,011

*Includes write-ins


City Council – District 7

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 84 of 84 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Fred Durhal 5,607
Regina Ross 5,548
TOTAL* 11,197

*Includes write-ins


Police Commissioner – District 2

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 99 of 99 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Linda Bernard 11,325
Lavish Williams 5,783
TOTAL* 17,215

*Includes write-ins


Police Commissioner – District 4

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 88 of 88 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Willie Bell 6,627
Scotty Boman 3,915
TOTAL* 10,588

*Includes write-ins


Police Commissioner – District 6

4 year term

Precincts reporting: 76 of 76 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Lisa Carter 4,390
Landis Spencer 3,318
TOTAL* 7,755

*Includes write-ins


Proposal R – Reparations Task Force

Should the Detroit City Council establish a Reparations Task Force to make recommendations for housing and economic development programs that address historical discrimination against the Black community in Detroit?

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 72,463
No 17,956
TOTAL 90,419

Proposal E – Ethneogenic Plants

Shall the voters of the City of Detroit adopt an ordinance to the 2019 Detroit City Code that would decriminalize to the fullest extent permitted under Michigan law the personal possession and therapeutic use of Entheogenic Plants by adults and make the personal possession and therapeutic use of Entheogenic Plants by adults the city’s lowest law-enforcement priority?

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 53,710
No 34,222
TOTAL 87,932

Proposal S – City Charter Amendment

Do you agree to amend a provision of the City of Detroit Charter to amend Sec. 12-101 of the Charter that restricts power from the voters to enact City ordinances for the appropriation of money?

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 38,309
No 44,800
TOTAL 83,109

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