The Republicans had a strong manifestation in Alger County throughout the midterm elections held on Tuesday. GOP candidate Tudor Dixon couldn’t secure her victory in the midterm elections. Still, instead of losing her gubernatorial bid, she succeeded in receiving 52.2% of the vote in Alger County against her opponent Gov. Gretchen Whitmer who could secure only 45.86% of votes.
State Senator Ed McBroom and Congressman Jack Bergman both had remarkable success in Alger County in the midterm elections.
Besides, the Republicans also successfully secured four of the five seats on the Alger County Board of Commissioners. Republican Enrico T. Capogrossa, Dean Seaberg, Kelly Livermore, and Mickey G. Rondeau secured the seats, whereas Democrat Elsey M.Mattson ran unchallenged for the commission’s 3rd District seat.
Two seats were at hand on the Munising City Commission, and Vicki Ballas and Christine Berry won the stiff race, with Berry taking over Patricia Britton by 20 votes. Gina Maki and Janet Whitmarsh were both favored or the Chatham Village Council.
The AuTrain-Onota Public School Board witnessed Marian Carmody and Lisa M. Hanson winning four-year terms, and along with that, Peter J. Veverka has been elected to serve a sectional term on the school board that will end at the end of 2024. It all shows that the Republicans had a strong manifestation.
Moreover, Sara Secrest and Jennifer Williamson won quadrennial terms on the Burt Township School District 2 board, and Christine Lundquist, and Lisa J. Marks, won limited terms, which will run till December 2024. Jason Brisson, Greg Pond, and Jenna L. Cole won the Munising Public School Board election.
Many vote proposals were decided as well.
Grand Island Township had two millage ballots. Profuse margins also passed the township fire safeguard services millage and the general township operating grounds millage. The AuTrain-Onota Public Schools operational allowance, the Burt Township School District 2 working millage, and the Superior Central School District sinking capital allowance were on the vote that has been successfully passed.