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GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS
(For Delhi Charter Township ONLY)

DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP - INGHAM COUNTY, MICHIGAN

NOVEMBER 7, 2006

TOTAL BALLOTS

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total
Registered Voters 1,396 1,878 2,007 1,790 1,598 1,614 1,958 1,369 1,417 1,989 -- -- 17,017
Ballots Cast 738 1,065 1,023 877 924 875 1,003 634 612 1,146 860 1,277 11,034
Total % Turnout 53% 57% 51% 49% 58% 54% 51% 46% 43% 58% -- -- 65%
Turnout at the polls 52%
% of total ballots that were AV 19%

STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

REPUBLICAN PARTY 140 186 142 129 156 129 178 099 092 188 161 211 1,811 45%
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 143 205 203 178 168 143 183 131 140 182 208 319 2,203 54%
GREEN PARTY 0 0 3 3 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 10 --
U.S. TAXPAYERS PARTY 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 8 --
LIBERTARIAN PARTY 0 3 1 3 0 2 2 1 2 1 0 1 16 --
NATURAL LAW PARTY 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 --

STATE

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
4 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

DICK DEVOS
RUTH JOHNSON

(Republican)
311 456 385 323 352 344 449 241 228 480 280 418 4,267 39%
JENNIFER M. GRANHOLM
JOHN D. CHERRY, JR.
(Democratic)
414 593 615 532 559 515 527 378 366 655 554 832 6,540 60%
DOUGLAS CAMPBELL
DAVID SKRBINA
(Green)
2 2 5 7 2 6 10 4 3 1 5 7 54 --
BHAGWAN DASHAIRYA
CARL G. OEHLING

(U.S. Taxpayer)
1 0 1 4 0 1 2 1 3 1 0 2 16 --
GREGORY CRESWELL
SCOTTY BOMAN
(Libertarian)
2 5 5 7 2 2 4 7 5 4 6 2 51 --
SECRETARY OF STATE
4 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

TERRI LYNN LAND
(Republican)
478 675 619 537 571 571 658 382 372 771 473 703 6,810 64%
CARMELLA SABAUGH(Democratic) 233 353 338 299 318 263 296 220 199 331 357 516 3,723 35%
LYNN MEADOWS
(Green)
8 14 26 23 11 12 17 16 16 12 8 19 182 --
ATTORNEY GENERAL
4 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

MIKE COX
(Republican)
441 605 563 480 515 535 587 346 326 676 464 670 6,208 58%
AMOS WILLIAMS
(Democratic)
264 405 400 349 346 296 355 248 243 407 354 524 4,191 39%
CHARLES F. CONCES
(U.S. Taxpayers)
6 7 11 9 9 4 7 11 7 8 2 10 91 --
BILL HALL
(Libertarian)
9 16 8 18 14 13 18 11 13 12 13 11 156 --

CONGRESSIONAL

UNITED STATES SENATOR
6 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

MIKE BOUCHARD
(Republican)
307 451 395 316 376 350 433 229 214 493 317 468 4,349 40%
DEBBIE STABENOW
(Democratic)
410 590 588 527 526 503 529 380 362 635 522 756 6,328 58%
DAVID SOLE
(Green)
3 3 5 10 3 3 9 5 7 0 4 9 61 --
W. DENNIS FITZ SIMONS
(U.S. Taxpayers)
5 1 7 8 2 4 6 4 8 1 1 6 53 --
LEONARD SCHWARTZ
(Libertarian)
5 6 6 6 8 3 8 8 7 9 4 4 74 --
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - 8TH  DISTRICT
2 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

MIKE ROGERS
(Republican)
426 589 547 437 495 494 576 334 303 637 413 622 5,873 54%
JIM MARCINKOWSKI
(Democratic)
295 447 431 405 392 350 381 279 276 471 415 613 4,755 44%
AARON STUTTMAN
(Green)
5 8 11 14 7 4 13 6 5 8 6 9 96 --
DICK GACH
(Libertarian)
0 5 7 10 7 2 10 4 8 6 7 4 70 --

LEGISLATIVE

STATE SENATOR 23RD DISTRICT
4 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

FRANK LAMBERT
(Republican)
299 418 364 314 341 315 387 230 205 439 275 436 4,023 39%
GRETCHEN WHITMER
(Democratic)
402 596 602 517 530 498 553 364 361 638 544 784 6,389 61%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE 67TH DISTRICT
2 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

DON VICKERS
(Republican)
300 446 383 300 367 334 420 215 201 468 328 485 4,247 41%
BARB BYRUM
(Democratic)
422 593 598 545 529 511 548 398 368 464 509 746 6,231 59%

STATE BOARDS

MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
8 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than TWO

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

TOM McMILLIN
(Republican)
286 437 382 303 355 351 402 231 189 459 331 454 4,180 22%
EILEEN WEISER
(Republican)
299 441 379 313 359 355 416 226 189 459 331 466 4,233 22%
REGINALD TURNER
(Democratic)
287 415 405 339 359 333 364 269 253 433 378 576 4,411 23%
CASANDRA E. ULBRICH
(Democratic)
307 423 424 393 382 336 387 289 271 451 395 619 4,687 25%
KEVIN A. CAREY
(Green)
17 20 25 26 21 23 26 20 18 29 11 15 251 --
JACOB WOODS
(Green)
15 13 17 26 15 22 22 16 19 21 8 14 208 --
GEORGE EMERSON
(U.S. Taxpayers)
9 13 17 17 12 18 19 10 10 14 8 23 170 --
GAIL M. GRAESER
(U.S. Taxpayers)
17 19 22 21 18 17 27 12 16 18 10 33 230 --
ERWIN J. HAAS
(Libertarian)
16 22 17 19 13 11 17 14 16 19 14 18 196 --
ERNEST A. WHITESIDE
(Libertarian)
9 16 15 19 13 9 17 8 14 12 10 15 157 --
DEBRA HAYDEN
(Natural Law)
20 14 32 34 13 17 19 15 23 17 14 16 234 --
MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BOARD OF REGENTS
8 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than TWO

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

DAVID BRANDON
(Republican)
287 420 375 282 350 337 402 220 190 440 317 428 4,048 22%
SUSAN BROWN
(Republican)
310 421 362 312 352 348 420 224 207 460 318 446 4,180 23%
JULIA DONOVAN DARLOW
(Democratic)
285 400 399 357 353 328 357 255 256 416 384 579 4,369 24%
KATHY WHITE
(Democratic)
303 414 423 383 358 342 370 281 253 429 403 593 4,552 25%
EDWARD MORIN
(Green)
14 16 25 26 15 19 34 20 19 33 12 23 256 --
KAREN ADAMS
(U.S. Taxpayers)
16 31 33 37 21 20 21 22 21 23 16 31 292 --
JAMES LEWIS HUDLER
(Libertarian)
15 31 17 20 15 17 19 13 19 25 12 23 226 --
ERIC L. LARSON
(Libertarian)
22 40 30 23 25 22 35 16 14 33 21 22 303 --
VALERIE G. HILDEN
(Natural Law)
15 24 30 31 19 19 24 16 12 18 9 27 244 --
MEMBER OF THE MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
8 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than TWO

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

DEE COOK
(Republican)
282 428 372 303 354 340 409 223 197 487 352 502 4,249 22%
DAVE PORTEOUS
(Republican)
293 427 377 284 358 336 409 221 177 482 329 463 4,156 22%
FAYLENE OWEN
(Democratic)
297 400 412 360 338 340 353 261 257 401 385 582 4,386 23%
GEORGE PERLES
(Democratic)
351 487 485 420 443 412 442 308 286 505 422 616 5,177 27%
LAUREN ELIZABETH SPENCER
(Green)
27 35 36 46 28 29 43 30 35 40 12 30 391 --
ROBERT GALE
(U.S. Taxpayers)
8 17 22 23 17 20 16 11 12 16 16 29 207 --
J.P. DENOYER
(Libertarian)
12 20 18 23 11 13 22 10 13 18 8 14 182 --
DAVID H. RAAFLAUB
(Libertarian)
9 16 11 17 15 8 17 8 13 13 11 18 156 --
KATHERINE DERN
(Natural Law)
15 23 23 32 16 16 23 20 21 15 18 17 239 --
MEMBER OF THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF GOVERNORS
8 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than TWO

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

JOHN AKOURI
(Republican)
264 391 333 277 323 305 360 193 171 415 284 399 3,715 21%
ANDREW G. McLEMORE, JR.
(Republican)
289 385 342 269 306 304 361 197 172 418 293 418 3,754 21%
DEBBIE DINGELL
(Democratic)
313 436 450 411 385 371 400 288 281 443 403 636 4,817 27%
EUGENE DRIKER
(Democratic)
262 380 386 333 316 303 346 247 240 379 367 548 4,107 23%
MARGARET GUTTSHALL
(Green)
16 22 28 26 20 21 31 22 21 26 16 19 268 --
MICHAEL MERRIWEATHER
(Green)
15 17 22 35 15 22 32 18 18 24 10 13 241 --
PHILIP JOHNSON
(U.S. Taxpayers)
15 27 20 21 18 15 18 11 13 10 8 25 201 --
ROBERT VAN BEMMELEN
(U.S. Taxpayers)
6 13 13 15 14 9 15 9 6 9 11 18 138 --
THOMAS W. JONES
(Libertarian)
16 22 21 21 18 10 19 14 17 21 12 23 214 --
BOB SCHUBRING
(Libertarian)
16 20 18 22 20 17 18 13 13 20 16 17 210 --
TARA C. STEGNER
(Natural Law)
14 13 23 26 16 17 26 16 15 15 14 12 207 --

COUNTY

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT #14
2 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total %
STEVE DOUGAN
(Republican)
-- -- -- -- -- -- 503 279 221 569 447 -- 2,019 51%
ELIZABETH MARKHAM
(Democratic)
-- -- -- -- -- -- 425 313 327 491 374 -- 1,930 49%
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT #15
2 Year Term - Vote For Not More Than ONE

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

MIKE SEVERINO
(Republican)
368 563 483 432 458 461 -- -- -- -- -- 605 3,370 54%
PATRICK SCHUH
(Democratic)
312 424 440 380 374 332 -- -- -- -- -- 583 2,845 46%

DELHI TOWNSHIP

DELHI TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE - PARTIAL TERM ENDING 11/20/08
Vote For Not More Than ONE

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

DAVID COULSON
(Republican)
317 441 398 313 317 336 414 231 198 462 286 430 4,143 40%
ROY W. SWEET
(Democratic)
383 547 541 504 538 472 514 366 348 592 535 773 6,113 60%
DELHI TOWNSHIP PARK COMMISSIONER - PARTIAL TERM ENDING 11/20/08
Vote For Not More Than TWO

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

DANIEL J. KAZUP
(Republican)
302 424 361 310 323 328 393 227 204 452 315 444 4,083 28%
JOHN C. MULVANEY
(Republican)
371 504 436 376 412 415 485 297 241 533 455 613 5,138 35%
PHILLIP C. KNAPMAN
(Democratic)
350 482 517 465 437 416 469 324 330 517 477 687 5,471 37%

NON-PARTISAN OFFICES

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
8 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than TWO

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

JANE M. BECKERING 141 177 135 102 118 142 165 78 77 160 160 269 1,724 11%
MICHAEL F. CAVANAGH
(Justice Of Supreme Court)
399 630 611 466 514 503 564 370 298 645 567 831 6,398 42%
MAURA DENISE CORRIGAN
(Justice of Supreme Court)
306 482 499 426 380 394 453 299 286 501 422 618 5,066 33%
KERRY L. MORGAN 60 78 105 111 102 50 78 62 79 104 58 126 1,013 7%
MARC SHULMAN 120 84 93 91 96 110 89 59 59 152 122 137 1,212 8%
4TH DISTRICT JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS  - INCUMBENT
6 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than TWO

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

STEPHEN L. BORRELLO
(Judge of Court Of Appeals)
399 562 567 481 483 480 534 332 330 606 531 788 6,093 49%
PETER D. O'CONNELL
(Judge Of Court Of Appeals)
429 595 600 530 522 492 550 350 340 639 565 823 6,435 51%
4TH DISTRICT JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS - INCUMBENT - PARTIAL TERM ENDING 01/01/2009
6 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than ONE

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

ALTON T. DAVID
(Judge of Court Of Appeals)
485 660 668 592 559 569 628 389 401 695 578 853 7,077 100%
30TH CIRCUIT JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT - INCUMBENT
6 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than TWO

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

LAURA BAIRD
(Judge of The Circuit Court)
424 604 582 512 517 490 541 339 341 656 558 812 6,376 100%
PAULA J.M. MANDERFIELD
(Judge Of The Circuit Court)
439 609 618 533 546 531 581 375 350 677 582 855 6,696 100%
INGHAM JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT - INCUMBENT
6 Year Terms - Vote For Not More Than ONE

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

R. GEORGE ECONOMY
(Judge of Probate Court)
499 694 694 619 615 611 660 416 422 777 615 912 7,534 100%
55TH DISTRICT JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT - INCUMBENT - PARTIAL TERM ENDING 01/01/2009
Vote For Not More Than ONE

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV 14 AV 15 Total

%

TOM BOYD
(Judge of District Court)
294 395 399 299 339 272 362 190 221 425 420 562 4,178 49%
BILLIE JO O'BERRY 265 399 386 388 353 429 404 295 231 433 291 449 4,323 51%

PROPOSAL SECTION

STATE PROPOSALS
PROPOSAL 06-1
A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO REQUIRE THAT MONEY HELD IN CONSERVATION AND RECREATION FUNDS CAN ONLY BE USED FOR THEIR INTENDED PURPOSES

The proposed constitutional amendment would: Create a Conservation and Recreation Legacy Fund within the Constitution and establish existing conservation and recreation accounts as components of the fund. Use current funding sources such as state park entrance and camping fees; snowmobile, ORV and boating registration fees; hunting and fishing license fees; taxes and other revenues to fund accounts.  Establish the current Game and Fish Protection Fund and the Nongame Fish and Wildlife Fund within the Constitution. Provide that money held in Funds can only be used for specific purposes related to conservation and recreation and cannot be used for any purpose other than those intended.  Should this proposal be adopted?

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15 Total %
YES 577 770 772 692 678 653 749 515 467 842 680 993 8,388 80%
NO 123 237 211 150 204 181 210 98 113 248 140 213 2,128 20%
PROPOSAL 06-2
A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO BAN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAMS THAT GIVE PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT TO GROUPS OR INDIVIDUALS BASED ON THEIR RACE, GENDER, COLOR, ETHNICITY OR NATIONAL ORIGIN FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION OR CONTRACTING PURPOSES

The proposed constitutional amendment would: Ban public institutions from using affirmative action programs that give preferential treatment to groups or individuals based on their race, gender, color, ethnicity or national origin for public employment, education or contracting purposes. Public institutions affected by the proposal include state government, local governments, public colleges and universities, community colleges and school districts. Prohibit public institutions from discriminating against groups or individuals due to their gender, ethnicity, race, color or national origin. (A separate provision of the state constitution already prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin.) Should this proposal be adopted?

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15 Total %
YES 440 601 570 514 514 493 560 376 312 615 512 810 6,317 59%
NO 273 440 425 336 394 358 406 241 276 504 315 398 4,366 41%
PROPOSAL 06-3
A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 160 OF 2004 - AN ACT TO ALLOW THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A HUNTING SEASON FOR MOURNING DOVES

Public Act 160 of 2004 would: Authorize the National Resources Commission to establish a hunting season for mourning doves. Require a mourning dove hunter to have a small game license and a $2.00 mourning dove stamp. Stipulate that revenue from the stamp must be split evenly between the Game and Fish Protection Fund and the Fish and Wildlife Trust Fund. Require the Department of Natural Resources to address responsible mourning dove hunting; management practices for the propagation of mourning doves; and participation in mourning dove hunting by youth, the elderly and the disabled in the Department's annual hunting guide. Should this proposal be approved?

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15 Total %
YES 262 320 364 317 280 304 345 235 203 368 186 313 3,497 33%
NO 449 714 634 530 623 548 628 387 289 754 645 920 7,121 67%
PROPOSAL 06-4
A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
PROHIBIT GOVERNMENT FROM TAKING PRIVATE PROPERTY BY EMINENT DOMAIN FOR CERTAIN PRIVATE PURPOSES

The purposed constitutional amendment would: Prohibit government from taking private property for transfer to another private individual or business for purposes of economic development or increasing tax revenue. Provide that if an individual's principal residence is taken by government for public use, the individual must be paid at least 125% of property's fair market value. Require government that takes a private property to demonstrate that the taking is for a public use; if taken to eliminate blight, require a higher standard of proof to demonstrate that the taking of that property is for a public use. Preserve existing rights of property owners. Should this proposal be adopted?

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15 Total %
YES 592 826 796 711 711 720 792 527 453 898 697 1039 8,762 82%
NO 114 201 189 132 185 124 171 85 127 211 137 188 1,864 18%
PROPOSAL 06-5
A
LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE TO ESTABLISH MANDATORY SCHOOL FUNDING LEVELS

The proposed law would: Increase current funding by approximately $565 million and require State to provide annual funding increases equal to the rate of inflation for public schools, intermediate school districts, community colleges, and higher education (includes state universities and financial aid/grant programs). Require State to fund any deficiencies from General Fund. Base funding for school districts with a declining enrollment on three-year student enrollment average. Reduce and cap retirement fund contribution paid by public schools, community colleges and state universities; shift remaining portion to state. Reduce funding gap between school districts receiving basic per-pupil foundation allowance and those receiving maximum foundation allowance. Should this proposal be approved?

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15 Total %
YES 237 336 345 297 316 316 368 234 216 381 253 379 3,678 35%
NO 466 690 643 545 584 523 590 375 367 727 554 810 6,874 65%

PROPOSAL SECTION CONTINUED

COUNTY PROPOSAL
INGHAM COUNTY POTTER PARK ZOO AND POTTER PARK MILLAGE QUESTION

For the sole purpose of providing funding for the continued operation of the Potter Park Zoo and Potter Park, including funding for operations, maintenance, and improvements, 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 up to 0.46 mill, $0.46 per thousand dollars of state taxable valuation, for a period of three (3) years (2006-2008) inclusive and by up to 0.41 mill, $0.41 per thousand dollars of state taxable valuation, for a period of two (2) years (2009-2010) inclusive? If approved and levied in full, this millage will raise in the first calendar year of the levy and estimated additional $3,233,430.00 for operations, maintenance, and improvements for Potter Park Zoo and Potter Park, and is contingent upon a lease and operational agreement being approved by the City of Lansing and County of Ingham. 

Precinct

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV14 AV15 Total %
YES 424 631 565 522 571 521 595 364 374 676 475 648 6,366 60%
NO 276 401 417 316 316 321 364 243 205 421 361 569 4,210 40%

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