City of Hamtramck August 3 Primary Election Results

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View election results for the Hamtramck Mayoral and City Council races.

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Local communities across the region head to the polls on August 3 to cast their ballots for city officials and local proposals. 

Hamtramck voters will narrow down the race for Mayor and City Council and decide on a local ballot issue.

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Mayor
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Proposal - Police and Firefighters Retirement System


Mayor

Advancing: Amer Ghalib, Karen Majewski

One position, 4-year term. Two candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 7 of 7 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Saad A. Almasmri 535
Amer Ghalib 1,417
Karen Majewski 1,053
Asm Rahman 849
TOTAL* 3,857

*Includes write-ins


City Council

Advancing: Khalil A. Refai, Amanda Jaczkowski, Muhith Mahmood, Adam Albarmaki, Abu A. Musa, Lynn Blasey

Three positions, 4-year term. Six candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 7 of 7 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Adam Albarmaki 1,067
Armani Asad 543
Lynn Blasey 894
Amanda Jaczkowski 1,483
Cody Lown 694
Muhith Mahmood 1,121
Abu A. Musa 964
Khalil A. Refai 1,685
TOTAL* 8,463

*Includes write-ins


Proposal - Police and Firefighters Retirement System

Proposal - Police and Firefighters Retirement System did not pass.

This proposal, if approved, will allow the City of Hamtramck to increase the millage levy from the current rate of .50 mills to a rate not to exceed 10.5 mills in any year, for a period not to exceed twenty (20) years, in order to fund the retirement system for police and firefighters pursuant to Public Act 345 of 1937.
Shall the City of Hamtramck, Wayne County, Michigan, be authorized to increase the current millage rate of .05 mills to a rate of not more than 10.5 mills in any year on each dollar ($10.50 per $1,000) of the taxable value of all property in the City, in order to fund the retirement system for police and firefighters pursuant to Act 345 of 1937, for a period of not to exceed twenty (20) years, for the years 2021 through 2040, inclusive? It is expected that approximately 10.5 mills will be levied in 2021 and will raise the sum of approximately $2,259,000.00 Dollars.     

Do you approve the increase of the current rate of 0.5 mill on all taxable property located within the City of Hamtramck to a rate not to exceed 10.5 mills, for a period not to exceed 20 years, for the years 2021 through 2040, in order to fund the police and firefighters pension system?

Precincts reporting: 7 of 7 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 605
No 2,916
TOTAL 3,521

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