November 6, 2018 ELECTION


November 6, 2018 Election


Official Summary Results Official Precinct Results

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Interactive Map Results (Unofficial)

*Due to the separate tally of absent voter ballots in larger municipalities (Lansing City, Lansing Township, East Lansing, Mason, Delhi Township, & Meridian Township), the results from these precincts will not be complete until both the Election Day ballots and absent voter ballots are reported. In other municipalities, absent voter ballots will be tabulated in the precinct with Election Day ballots and all results will be transmitted at the same time.


LOCAL CANDIDATES 
(Updated with winners)


STATEWIDE CANDIDATES

STATE AND LOCAL PROPOSALS

Election Contact Information

BARB BYRUM, County Clerk
inghamclerk@ingham.org


LIZ NOEL, Election/Clerk Coordinator

Mason Courthouse
341 S. Jefferson, PO Box 179
Mason MI 48854
Phone: (517) 676-7255
Fax: (517) 676-7254

Veterans Memorial Courthouse
313 W. Kalamazoo St., First Floor
Lansing MI 48933
Phone: (517) 676-7255
Fax: (517) 676-7254


Hours of Operation:  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. *
Monday thru Friday

* The office may close for a short time during normal business hours due to occasional staff shortages.


Ingham County Elections Information

The Ingham County Clerk is responsible for coordinating and administering all federal, state, county and school district elections held in Ingham County. The Election Department is responsible for overseeing the programming, printing and distributing of ballots and canvassing the state, county, city, township and school elections.

The Election Department monitors all county, city, township and school board candidate compliance reports filed under the requirements of the Michigan Campaign Finance Act, PA 388 of 1976.

The Election Department serves as an administrative officer to the County Election Commission comprised of County Clerk, Chief Probate Judge and County Treasurer; County Board of Canvassers (2 republican and 2 democratic party members) and the County Apportionment Commission comprised of County Clerk, County Treasurer and County Prosecuting Attorney.