Traverse City Record-Eagle

Election 2010

November 2, 2010

Local incumbents stay, go

TRAVERSE CITY — Voters returned some incumbents to their elected seats while welcoming a few challengers.

By 11:30 p.m. tonight, votes counted so far showed these contestants leading:

  • Traverse City Area Public Schools: Scott Hardy and Erik Falconer
  • Northwestern Michigan College board: Cheryl Gore Follette and Bob Brick
  • 104th District state House: Republican incumbent Wayne Schmidt
  • 35th District state Senate: Republican Darwin Booher
  • 101st District state House: Republican Ray Franz beats incumbent Democrat Dan Scripps
  • 105th District state House: Republican Greg McMaster
  • Voters also decided several local ballot issues.
  • Traverse City Proposal 1, to turn control of the city utility to the city government: No
  • Traverse City Proposal 2, to give voters a chance to vote on power plants: Yes
  • Senior Center Operational Expenses: Yes
  • Grand Traverse County Road Commission Millage: No

See Wednesday’s Record-Eagle for full stories on each race and issue.

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