Local November election results for West Michigan

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(FOX 17) — Voters around West Michigan are deciding on bonds, millages and who will be the leaders of their community on Tuesday.

Some of the top races included:

Kalamazoo elected David Anderson as their new mayor after Bobby Hopewell announced he would not seek re-election. In Holland, Nathan Bocks beat out incumbent Nancy DeBoer for mayor.

In Grand Haven, Incumbent Geri McCaleb lost the August primary. Tonight there were two remaining candidates: Josh Brugger and Robert Monetza, both of whom are on the city council. With all votes in, Monetza appears to have secured the win.

Hudsonville Public Schools also passed a $139 Million millage.

To find more election results, click on the county’s name:

Allegan County

Barry County

Berrien County

Branch County

Calhoun County

Cass County

Ionia County

Kalamazoo County

Kent County

Mason County

Mecosta County

Montcalm County

Muskegon County

Newaygo County

Oceana County

Ottawa County

St. Joseph County

Van Buren County

Note: All elections must be certified to make the results official. 

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4 comments

  • Matt

    Ah, Nov. 5th
    Time to use government to hold a gun to your neighbors head for shit you can’t possibly find another way to have paid forother than theft. Vote no on everything, we don’t need it, want it, or able to afford.

    • Iamct01

      We are done penny pinching and devaluing our communities. From boomers giving away our industrial might and hiring the illegals for years.

  • lml25

    Tax increases and Bliss for four more years—what a night for GR.By 2023,the city will be burnt toast–we’re toast already.I’ll be long gone by then.

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