Fresh from Election Magic...
[9:20 PM] The KRESA tax is passing more than 2:1.
Totten and Hill will win in the KPS school board race.
Burr and Eldridge will win in Gull Lake. Lorence Wenke has a poor thrid-place showing.
Mattawan millage renewal will pass. Building proposal is close...
Not much from Portage yet...
[10:06 PM] KRESA tax passes with about 73%.
Mattawan building tax failing with 41% and one precinct remaining.
Totten wins an easy first, Hill a comfortable second.
Burr and Eldridge win easily in Gull Lake.
Eddy and Hartridge will win in Portage with close to twice as many votes as Kurdys and Hollenbeck. Portage will get dragged through the mud for another year...
Ongley, Brown, Behr, and Yantis win Portage Library Board.
[10:15 PM] Mattawan is final. Building tax FAILS 44% to 56%. Millage renewal passes 66% to 34%.
Building tax passed in Oshtemo and Texas (in person), failed in Oshtemo and Texas absentees, Prairie Ronde, Almena, and Antwerp.
Remember the government tax motto: Yes means yes, no means try again!
[10:21 PM] Over in Calhoun, Republican Julie Camp wins a seat on the Kellogg Community College Board. She is already a Calhoun County Commissioner.