U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga said he doesn’t plan to object to Michigan’s electors when the Electoral College is presented on Wednesday.
Looking back at 2020, the elections that took place certainly had an impact for the year, and it will continue to do so for not just 2021 but years to come.
Wally Cain picked up two additional votes through a hand recount, and he will return to the Ludington City Council to serve the Fifth Ward, this time to start a full four-year term.
The recount of ballots in Ludington’s Fifth Ward is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 11, according to an email from Mason County Clerk Cheryl Kelly.
She still doesn’t believe it’s happening to her. And she hopes it will all be over soon.
The following races were decided without opposition in Tuesday’s general election from the unofficial results received from the Mason County clerk:
Turnout for Tuesday’s general election in Mason County surged to better than 70 percent, and some precincts saw turnout rates of at or more than 80 percent, according to unofficial results from Mason County Clerk Cheryl Kelly.
Ludington’s First Ward will have a first-time city councilor in Ted May as the residents there elected him 331 to 297 in a race with Jeff Beilfuss.
Wally Cain and Angela Serna were in a razor-thin election for the second time in three years with Cain unofficially winning a full term onto the Ludington City Council with a vote margin of one.
The following are unofficial results as posted by the Mason County Clerk's office for contested races in the Nov. 3 general election, with 25 of 25 precincts reporting: