Wayne County August 3 Primary Election Results

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View election results for Wayne County elections in Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Detroit, Grosse Pointe Park, Riverview, Taylor and Westland.

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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. 

Voters in Dearborn Heights, Grosse Pointe Park, Riverview, Taylor and Westland will cast their ballots to narrow down races for mayor and city council.

WDET is committed to bringing you accurate information about the races and will do so on-air and online when election results are available. Bookmark this page for confirmed results.


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Dearborn Heights

Mayor - Full Term

Advancing: Bill Bazzi, Denise Maxwell

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

Precincts reporting: 27 of 27 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Bill Bazzi                         4,014
Anthony Camilleri 586
Denise Malinowski Maxwell 1,680
TOTAL* 6,297

*Includes write-ins

Mayor - Partial Term

Advancing: Bill Bazzi, Denise Maxwell

One position, partial term ending 12/31/2021. Two candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 27 of 27 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Bill Bazzi                         4,004
Anthony Camilleri 562
Denise Malinowski Maxwell 1,570
TOTAL* 6,151

*Includes write-ins


Grosse Pointe Park

City Council

Advancing: Max Wiener, Darci McConnell, Christine Gallagher, Thomas J. Caulfield, Jeff Greer and Tim Kolar

Precincts reporting: 6 of 6 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Brian A. Brenner 597
Thomas J. Caulfield 1,370
Christine Gallagher 1,482
Jeff Greer 1,306
Tim Kolar 1,234
Darci McConnell 1,492
Max Wiener 1,499
TOTAL* 8,986

*Includes write-ins


Riverview

City Council

Advancing: James D. Trombley, Dean Workman, David Robbins, Rita Gunaga, April Bieganski and Theo Makarounas

Precincts reporting: 4 of 4 (100%)
Candidate Votes
April Bieganski 539
John David Eckman 350
Barbara Ann Greenhill 322
Rita Gunaga 629
Theo Makarounas 493
David Robbins 632
Donald Shupe 401
Billy J. Towle 422
James D. Trombley 854
Dean Workman 761
TOTAL* 5,411

*Includes write-ins


Taylor

Mayor

Advancing: Alex Garza, Tim Woolley

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

Precincts reporting: 13 of 13 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Alex Garza 2,793
Jeff Jones 1,713
Tim Woolley 1,738
Write-In 1,633
TOTAL 7,877

City Council

Advancing: Amy Atwood, Jill Brandana, Chrissy Masters Carmona, Tina Daniels, Nick Dmitruchina, Douglas A. Geiss, Justin Mordarski, Herman Ramik, Lindsey Rose, Ira Slaven, Asha Tyson, Chris Verdun, Angie Winton, Sam Ditzhazy

Seven positions, 4-year term. 14 candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 13 of 13 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Amy Atwood 2,475
Jill Brandana 2,718
Chrissy Masters Carmona 1,623
Tina Daniels 2,246
Sam Ditzhazy 1,483
Nick Dmitruchina 1,689
Martin Drouillard 1,437
Douglas A. Geiss 3,468
Justin Mordarski 2,307
Korey Ryan Morris 1,465
Herman Ramik 2,940
Lindsey Rose 2,556
Ira S. Slaven 2,215
Asha Tyson 2,256
Chris Verdun 1,536
Angie Winton 3,411
Write-In 2,784
TOTAL 38,609

Westland 

Mayor

Advancing: William R. Wild, Tasha Green

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

Precincts reporting: 39 of 39 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Daniel Beier 1,015
Tasha Green 2,500
Edward M. Pruett III 213
William R. Wild 6,763
TOTAL* 10,513

*Includes write-ins

City Council

Advancing: Sarah K. Austin, David R. Cox, Debra Fowlkes, Jim Godbout, Jim Hart, Peter Herzberg, Antoinette Martin, Melissa A. Sampey

Four positions, 4-year term. Eight candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 39 of 39 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Angela Anderson 1,733
Sarah K. Austin 2,172
David R. Cox 2,523
Michael Delph 1,967
Debra Fowlkes 3,280
Jim Godbout 4,311
Jon Haddad 1,289
Candi T. Halton 2,002
Jim Hart 4,564
Peter Herzberg 4,499
Antoinette D. Martin 2,410
Josh Powell 1,624
Melissa A. Sampey 2,660
TOTAL* 35,086

*Includes write-ins

Library Millage Proposal

Library MIllage Porposal passed

Shall the City of Westland levy new additional millage of up to .85 mill against all taxable real and tangible personal property for a 10 year period beginning with tax year 2022, and ending with tax year 2031, for the William P. Faust Library, for the purpose of providing funds for all Library purposes authorized by law? 0.85 mill are equal to $0.85 on each $1,000.00 of taxable value.  If approved, the additional millage levied will raise approximately $1.45 million the first year it is levied. The millage will be levied on the Annual Winter Tax Bill.

Precincts reporting: 39 of 39 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 5,418
No 4,972
TOTAL 10,390
 

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