GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS
(
For Delhi Charter Township ONLY)

DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP - INGHAM COUNTY, MICHIGAN

NOVEMBER 5, 2002

 

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Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
Registered Voters 1,468 1,609 1,543 1,785 1,570 1,461 1,486 1,364 1,364 1,644 -- -- 15,294
Ballots Cast 735 834 653 860 939 778 736 618 561 984 564 828 9,090
Turnout 50% 52% 42% 48% 60% 53% 50% 45% 41% 60% -- -- 59%
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Party

Precinct

Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
REPUBLICAN PARTY 142 174 111 135 157 131 133 125 97 173 120 153 1,651 51.95%
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 127 110 114 157 138 111 122 102 90 130 103 192 1,496 47.07%
LIBERTARIAN PARTY 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 .19%
GREEN PARTY 2 1 0 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 3 16 .50%
U.S. TAXPAYERS PARTY 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .10%
REFORM PARTY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0%
NATURAL LAW PARTY 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 6 .19%
STATE
GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
DICK POSTHUMUS
LOREN BENNETT

(Republican)
351 379 293 353 418 367 329 272 243 454 236 299 3,991 44.32%
JENNIFER M. GRANHOLM
JOHN D. CHERRY, JR.

(Democratic)
369 444 346 483 509 401 390 336 307 519 316 508 4,928 54.73%
DOUGLAS CAMPBELL
ADRIANNA BUONARROTI

(Green Party)
5 5 4 10 5 3 8 2 7 5 1 6 61 .68%
JOSEPH M. PILCHAK
CLARA C. PILCHAK
(US Taxpayers Party)
3 1 3 6 3 1 3 1 2 0 1 0 24 .27%
SECRETARY OF STATE
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
TERRI LYNN LAND
(Republican)
419 481 371 446 510 457 423 339 293 563 305 380 4,987 55.90%
MELVIN BUTCH HOLLOWELL
(Formerly: Melvin John Hollowell)

(Democratic)
278 303 251 358 374 279 271 245 236 373 229 396 3,593 40.28%
RAY ZIARNO
(Green Party)
163 11 8 16 16 11 9 7 12 11 3 14 281 3.15%
CHARLES F. CONCES
(US Taxpayers Party)
4 6 6 10 7 2 5 4 6 5 3 2 60 .67%
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
MIKE COX
(Republican)
365 444 322 400 458 399 361 294 256 509 251 303 4,362 49.81%
GARY C. PETERS
(Democratic)
327 357 296 409 433 339 334 289 273 420 274 466 4,217 48.16%
JERRY JAY KAUFMAN
(Green Party)
13 9 6 9 10 9 13 7 11 10 4 16 117 1.33%
GERALD TRUMAN VAN SICKLE
(US Taxpayers Party)
5 3 8 11 8 3 3 6 4 4 5 1 61 .70%
CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
ANDREW RACZKOWSKI
(Republican)
293 329 222 273 357 283 257 211 190 369 199 267 3,250 36.63%
CARL LEVIN
(Democratic)
414 471 408 528 540 462 442 372 336 571 337 524 5,405 60.92%
ERIC BORREGARD
(Green Party)
6 6 4 10 4 5 8 6 7 6 3 12 77 0.87%
JOHN S. MANGOPOULOS
(Reform Party)
6 8 9 18 13 12 10 10 14 11 5 3 119 1.34%
DOUG DERN
(Natural Law Party)
2 0 2 4 3 0 2 1 3 2 2 1 22 0.25%
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - 8TH DISTRICT
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Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
MIKE ROGERS
(Republican)
515 605 463 552 658 571 514 409 380 704 390 512 6,273 70.71%
FRANK MCALPINE
(Democratic)
198 199 176 279 256 186 193 182 161 259 157 279 2,525 28.46%
THOMAS YEUTTER
(Libertarian)
4 9 3 10 7 6 6 6 8 3 4 8 74 .83%
LEGISLATIVE
STATE SENATOR - 23RD DISTRICT
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
PAUL DEWEESE
(Republican)
378 439 333 394 467 434 382 308 282 529 301 377 4,624 51.88%
VIRG BERNERO
(Democratic)
338 376 310 449 459 331 342 294 266 444 250 430 4,289 48.12%
REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE - 67TH DISTRICT
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
DONALD R. VICKERS
(Republican)
310 348 262 332 392 317 292 251 220 427 223 294 3,668 41.19%
DIANNE BYRUM
(Democratic)
406 463 381 506 532 446 420 350 329 543 327 513 5,216 58.58%
BOARD OF EDUCATION
MEMBERS OF STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote For Not More Than TWO
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
CAROLYN L. CURTIN
(Republican)
315 386 267 320 389 340 305 246 203 422 230 287 3,710 23.46%
MICHAEL WARREN
(Republican)
321 377 278 310 394 337 303 240 219 440 252 309 3,780 23.91%
ELIZABETH W. BAUER
(Democratic)
308 338 292 397 409 322 337 265 163 412 253 405 3,901 24.67%
NANCY L. QUARLES
(Democratic)
236 268 222 328 309 259 237 222 195 323 206 356 3,161 19.99%
DIANE BARNES
(Libertarian)
32 23 23 38 30 33 19 29 25 28 10 17 307 1.94%
SCOTTY BOWMAN
(Libertarian)
23 25 22 46 33 31 23 20 25 16 9 18 291 1.84%
KYLE MOXLEY
(Green Party)
15 10 12 17 11 12 21 16 12 14 5 13 158 1.00%
KAREN ANNE SHELLEY
(Green Party)
14 8 10 20 13 14 24 17 14 19 9 13 175 1.11%
JUDITH CZAK
(US Taxpayers Party)
10 10 9 16 8 7 13 12 4 11 4 7 111 .70%
RON MONROE
(US Taxpayers Party)
12 7 11 20 9 9 8 8 9 9 3 8 113 .71%
MICHAEL A. KITCHEN
(Natural Law Party)
8 3 13 17 10 13 8 9 9 10 2 2 104 .66%
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BOARD OF REGENTS
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Vote For Not More Than TWO
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
ANDREA FISCHER NEWMAN
(Republican)
331 403 291 357 414 377 334 271 239 459 265 322 4,063 26.73%
ANDREW C. RICHNER
(Republican)
301 353 260 318 369 322 298 235 203 401 247 294 3,601 23.69%
ISMAEL AHMED
(Democratic)
200 223 196 272 261 213 214 196 162 272 163 301 2,673 17.58%
GREG STEPHENS
(Democratic)
277 274 254 370 314 274 265 229 210 334 226 364 3,491 22.96%
WILLIAM W. HALL
(Libertarian)
21 17 18 29 34 20 20 19 25 8 10 16 237 1.56%
SUSAN FAWCETT
(Green Party)
40 39 30 44 47 39 46 39 26 50 17 22 439 2.89%
MATT PETERING
(Green Party)
19 18 10 20 20 18 22 13 16 28 11 15 210 1.38%
RICK GUALDONI
(US Taxpayers Party)
19 12 15 24 24 13 15 9 13 15 3 5 167 1.10%
NICK WAUN
(Reform Party)
13 5 11 18 14 15 10 8 8 20 1 4 127 .84%
DAVID ARNDT
(Natural Law Party)
16 10 20 28 26 23 20 12 10 22 1 6 194 1.28%
MICHIGAN STATE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote For Not More Than TWO
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
JOANNE G EMMONS
(Republican)
323 399 293 327 406 356 320 254 218 447 253 316 3,912 24.70%
DONALD W. NUGENT
(Republican)
340 398 286 341 420 362 339 264 225 475 273 325 4,048 25.56%
COLLEEN M. MCNAMARA
(Democratic)
328 352 300 409 409 333 324 285 272 413 251 407 4,083 25.78%
CAL RAPSON
(Democratic)
221 249 221 319 316 237 238 212 194 306 189 337 3,039 19.19%
SURJIT DULAI
(Green Party)
10 11 9 15 13 18 15 14 12 21 5 21 164 1.04%
JASON LAFAY
(Green Party)
16 12 14 29 11 20 20 16 15 19 5 14 191 1.21%
BARBARA J. PACIFICO
(US Taxpayers Party)
25 15 12 24 17 18 18 14 13 15 11 7 189 1.19%
CRYSTAL A. VANSICKLE
(US Taxpayers Party)
22 12 16 39 21 23 20 21 9 15 12 3 213 1.34%
WAYNE STATE BOARD OF GOVERNORS
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote For Not More Than TWO
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
DIANE L. DUNASKISS
(Republican)
314 385 274 322 386 347 317 243 217 434 242 294 3,775 25.83%
ANDREW G. MCLEMORE, JR.
(Republican)
283 342 245 299 343 299 274 212 190 385 220 277 3,369 23.05%
LEON H. ATCHISON
(Democratic)
252 244 220 318 307 254 243 214 198 322 209 341 3,122 21.36%
RICHARD BERNSTEIN
(Democratic)
249 267 232 347 321 254 256 216 215 327 205 356 3,245 22.20%
THOMAS W. JONES
(Libertarian)
15 11 11 24 19 19 6 18 17 7 8 16 171 1.17%
STACY SPAULDING VANOAST
(Libertarian)
25 22 27 38 26 29 23 29 23 17 11 14 284 1.94%
FREDERICK KLINE
(Green Party)
18 10 11 25 17 17 21 12 9 19 7 14 180 1.23%
HAROLD H. DUNN
(US Taxpayers Party)
14 7 16 21 19 10 10 11 9 10 7 6 140 .96%
ROBERT S. MILLER
(US Taxpayers Party)
17 14 11 21 15 16 15 10 10 15 7 4 155 1.06%
KATHLEEN OAKFORD
(Natural Law Party)
19 10 14 17 13 19 21 21 9 16 9 6 174 1.19%
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
COUNTY COMMISSIONER - 14TH DISTRICT
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
JOHN A. NEVIN
(Republican)
NA NA NA NA NA NA 307 245 209 436 245 NA 1,442 51.95%
LIZ KRANZ
(Democratic)
NA NA NA NA NA NA 265 244 236 332 257 NA 1,334 48.05%
COUNTY COMMISSIONER - 15TH DISTRICT
Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
MIKE SEVERINO
(Republican)
356 433 280 348 409 367

NA

NA NA NA NA 340 2,533 55.19%
JERRY KETCHUM
(Democratic)
254 227 239 338 317 271 NA NA NA NA NA 411 2,057 44.81%
SUPREME COURT
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
8 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than TWO
Candidate

Precinct

Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
J. MARTIN BRENNAN, JR. 155 180 190 263 231 161 159 138 132 275 195 242 2,079 15.26%
MICHAEL L. DONAHUE 58 61 54 106 120 59 66 62 51 73 57 96 863 6.33%
MAGGIE W. DRAKE 97 146 126 156 148 147 135 83 82 166 133 193 1,612 11.83%
DONNELLY WRIGHT HADDEN 18 10 7 33 24 31 33 12 13 12 16 16 225 1.65%
ELIZABETH A. WEAVER
Justice of the Supreme Court
427 401 319 401 455 411 392 348 280 502 268 392 4,596 33.72%
ROBERT YOUNG
Justice of the Supreme Court
344 425 263 317 426 373 331 300 271 425 215 345 4,035 29.61%
BRUCE H. YUILLE 19 19 29 18 19 17 16 10 19 25 7 20 218 1.60%
COURT OF APPEALS
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS - 4TH DISTRICT
6 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than TWO
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
RICHARD GRIFFIN
Judge of the Court of Appeals
443 367 367 525 556 472 422 375 317 549 313 437 5,143 54.98%
PATRICK MURPHY METER
Judge of the Court of Appeals
345 307 307 401 439 377 322 286 233 480 303 412 4,212 45.02%
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS - 4TH DISTRICT
6 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
JAMES G. CAVANAGH 298 283 277 310 379 267 289 206 238 339 247 322 3,455 50.34%
BILL SCHUETTE 230 356 227 341 323 315 277 267 188 416 186 283 3,409 49.66%
CIRCUIT COURT
JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT - 30TH CIRCUIT
6 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
WILLIAM EDWARD COLLETTE
Judge of the Circuit Court
473 536 419 574 608 523 462 412 364 610 367 506 5,854 100%
JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT - 30TH CIRCUIT
6 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than TWO
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
RICHARD D. BALL 267 280 231 253 358 292 288 203 191 401 203 264 3,231 23.70%
HUGH CLARKE 178 211 162 258 231 198 190 204 136 250 175 271 2,464 18.08%
JANELLE A. LAWLESS 330 320 294 396 357 324 327 275 224 379 216 306 3,748 27.50%
BEVERLY NETTLES-NICKERSON 319 402 291 374 434 355 314 253 262 477 286 422 4,189 30.74%
PROBATE COURT
JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT
6 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
RICHARD J. GARCIA
Judge of the Probate Court
503 555 435 610 639 545 509 430 395 646 362 527 6156 100%
DISTRICT COURT
JUDGE OF THE 55TH DISTRICT COURT
6 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE
Candidate

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
PAMELA McCABE
Judge of the District Court
499 547 439 595 625 546 496 431 376 627 367 512 6,060 100%
STATE PROPOSALS

PROPOSAL 02-01

A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 269 OF 2001
AN ACT TO AMEND CERTAIN SECTIONS OF MICHIGAN ELECTION LAW

Public Act 269 of 2001 would:

  • Eliminate "straight party" vote option on partisan general election ballots.

  • Require Secretary of State to obtain training reports from local election officials.

  • Require registered voters who do not appear on registration list to show picture identification before voting a challenged ballot.

  • Require expedited canvass if presidential vote differential is under 25, 000.

  • Require ballot counting equipment to screen ballots for voting errors to ensure the accurate tabulation of absentee ballots.

  • Permit voters in polls to correct errors.

  • Provide penalties for stealing campaign signs or accepting payment for campaign  work while being paid as a public employee to perform election duties.

Should this law be approved?

-PROPOSAL 02-01

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
YES 255 274 249 324 316 255 251 203 191 376 219 312 3,225 37.13%
NO 454 532 383 495 592 491 450 395 341 578 307 443 5,461 62.87%

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PROPOSAL 02-02

A PROPOSAL TO AUTHORIZE BONDS FOR SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS PROJECTS, STORM WATER PROJECTS AND WATER POLLUTION PROJECTS

This proposal would:

  • Authorize the State of Michigan to borrow a sum not to exceed $1 billion to improve the quality of the waters of the state by financing sewage treatment works projects, storm water projects and water pollution projects.

  • Authorize the state to issue general obligation bonds pledging the full faith and credit of the state for the payment of principal and interest on the bonds.

  • Provide for repayment of the bonds from the general fund of the state.

Should this proposal be adopted?

-PROPOSAL 02-02

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
YES 410 526 394 460 565 458 465 335 338 622 333 497 5,403 62.96%
NO 283 273 235 354 332 274 232 252 197 317 181 249 3,179 37.04%

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PROPOSAL 02-03

A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO GRANT STATE CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING WITH BINDING ARBITRATION

The proposed constitutional amendment would:

  • Grant state classified employees, in appropriate bargaining units determined by the Civil Service Commission, the right to elect bargaining representatives for the purpose of collective bargaining with the state employer.

  • Require the state to bargain in good faith for the purpose of reaching a binding collective bargaining agreement with any elected bargaining representatives over wages, hours, pensions and other terms and conditions of employment.

  • Extend the bargaining representatives the right to submit any unresolved disputes over the terms of a collective bargaining agreement to binding arbitration 30 days after the commencement of bargaining.

Should this proposal be adopted?

PROPOSAL 02-03

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
YES 385 358 333 449 437 376 330 305 277 391 242 388 4,271 49.61%
NO 319 435 293 363 456 349 366 284 251 558 292 373 4,339 50.39%

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PROPOSAL 02-04

A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO REALLOCATE THE "TOBACCO SETTLEMENT REVENUE" RECEIVED BY THE STATE FROM CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS

The proposed constitutional amendment would:

  • Annually allocate on a permanent basis 90% (approximately $297 million) of "tobacco settlement revenue" received by state from cigarette manufacturers as follows: $151.8 million to nonprofit hospitals, licensed nursing homes, licensed hospices, nurse practitioners, school-linked health centers and Healthy Michigan Foundation; $102.3 million to fund programs to reduce tobacco use, Health and Aging Research Development Initiative, Tobacco-Free Futures Fund, Council of Michigan Foundations and Nurses Scholarship Program; and $42.9 million to the Elder Prescription Drug Program.

  • Guarantee recipients funding at 2001 appropriation levels plus additional state funds on an escalating basis for nonprofit hospitals, licensed nursing homes, licensed hospices and nurse practitioners.

Should this proposal be adopted?

-PROPOSAL 02-04

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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
YES 201 183 174 264 215 232 205 151 162 213 242 388 2,630 29.89%
NO 512 636 466 566 699 522 511 449 388 755 292 373 6,169 70.11%

Click here to view the full text of Proposal 4

INGHAM COUNTY

JUVENILE MILLAGE AUTHORIZATION QUESTION

For the purpose of funding an increase to Ingham County's capacity to detain and house juveniles who are delinquent or disturbed, and to operate new and existing programs for the treatment of such juveniles, shall the constitutional limitation upon the total amount of taxes which may be assessed in one (1) year upon all property within the County of Ingham, Michigan, be increased by 60/100 (.60) of one mill, $.60 per thousand dollars of state taxable valuation, for a period of five years (2002- 2006) inclusive. If approved and levied in full, this millage will raise an estimated $3,720,396 for juvenile housing and programs during the first calendar year of the levy based on taxable value.

JUVENILE MILLAGE
AUTHORIZATION QUESTION
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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
YES 307 332 287 387 407 365 327 271 284 414 245 366 3,992 48.91%
NO 364 424 303 404 434 333 338 287 229 482 241 331 4,170 51.09%
DELHI TOWNSHIP

MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL

This Proposal will allow the Charter Township of Delhi to maintain the millage levied for the Fire Department  purposes enumerated therein on all taxable property and renews the one-half  () mill levy which will expire with the 2002 tax levy.

Shall the previously voted increase in the authorized charter millage for the Charter Township of Delhi which may be assessed on all taxable property as defined by law within said Township be renewed at one-half () mill ($.50 per $1,000.00 of taxable valuation) for six (6) years, 2003 through 2008, both inclusive, for the purpose of defraying, in whole or in part, the cost of acquiring equipment and apparatus for the Delhi Charter Township Fire Department and for education and training of Fire Department personnel, which levy will raise, in the first year of the levy, an estimated $282,944.00? This is a renewal of the previously authorized millage which will expire with the 2002 tax levy.

DELHI TOWNSHIP
MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL
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Total %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15
YES 413 479 369 443 536 443 428 343 317 557 357 512 5,197 62.45%
NO 274 286 232 350 321 264 248 236 195 366 141 212 3,125 37.55%

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