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Lisa Blackwell has won reelection to her seat on the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education; non-homestead millage renewal approved by district voters.
Rick Hamill (R) won the general election and will serve as Highland Township Supervisor for the next four years.
Incumbent Greg Baroni (R) will continue his role as White Lake Supervisor.
While the results are still unofficial, Hamill got 69 percent of the vote in his election and Baroni captured 60 percent in his.
Find all your candidate profiles and ballot proposal information for White Lake and Highland here.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6 for the general election. White Lake and Highland voters can see their ballots and find their voting location before they hit the polls.
On Nov. 6, White Lake and Highland voters will face yes or no votes on six statewide proposals, ranging from a new bridge to Canada to the emergency manager law.
Highland Middle School will no longer be used as a voting precinct in Highland. The school was closed by the Huron Valley School District in 2011.
Elections, Local Connections
Who will lead White Lake Township for the next for years? Will it be republican candidate, and incumbent, Greg Baron, or democrat Michael Smith?
Who will lead Highland Township for the next for years? Will it be republican candidate Rick Hamill, or democrat Doug Bourgeois?
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