election results


City of Munising—City Commissioner—Vote for not more than 2

Vicki Ballas-139

Christine Berry-134

Bob Wilkinson-104



Bay de Noc Community College—0.8924 mills over 20 years for operations

Yes: 1,874   No: 5,332

Bay de Noc Township—renewal of 1.5 mills over 5 years for roads

Yes: 63   No: 36

Renewal of 0.5 mills over 5 years for operations

Here are results from the May 2, 2017 election for the Public Radio 90 listening area:


Bessemer School District wants to borrow $6.94 million to convert the A.D. Johnston Junior/Senior High School into a K-12 facility. 

Yes:  354  No:  604



Houghton-Portage Schools want to borrow $10.895 million for remodeling, equipment, and construction.

Yes:  714  No:  491


Four candidates will advance to the November election for 2 seats on the Marquette City Commission: 

Sarah Reynolds         625

Mike Plourde             473

Tony Tollefson          500

David Campana        1151

Russell Kangas          394

18.9618 mills over 20 years for Marquette Area Public Schools operations:  

2330 YES, 561 NO

Michigamme Township:  renewal of 2.5 mills over 15 years for fire/emergency services

61 YES, 4 NO

ESCANABA, MI--   Funding proposals in three Delta County school districts passed in a special election Tuesday. 

In the Gladstone district residents voted for a proposal to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills required to receive per-pupil funding from the state.  The millage—which failed last November—will generate more than $1 million for operations.  The vote was 736 Yes to 589 No.