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2023 Indiana primary election, Michigan special election results

INDIANA

South Bend Mayor
Democratic
James Mueller – 67.51%
Henry Davis, Jr. – 32.49%

South Bend City Clerk
Democratic
Bianca Tirado – 55.76%
Dawn Jones – 29.07%
Jason Banicki – 15.17%

South Bend Common Council At-Large
Democratic
Karen White – 27.40%
Rachel Tomas Morgan – 21.67%
Oliver Davis – 21.39%
Lori Hamann – 17.62%
Laquita Hughes – 11.93%

Republican
Rhonda Richards – 54.61%
Heidi-Sunje Bell – 45.39%

South Bend Common Council District 1
Democratic
Canneth Lee – 64.26%
Nick Hamann – 35.74%

South Bend Common Council District 2
Democratic
Ophelia Gooden-Rodgers – 50.70%
Jorden Giger – 49.30%

South Bend Common Council District 3
Democratic
Sharon McBride – 70.44%
Drew Duncan – 29.56%

South Bend Common Council District 5
Democratic
Sherry Bolden-Simpson – 55%
Patrick Reighter – 45%

South Bend Common Council District 6
Democratic
Sheila Neizgodski – 61.29%
Bruce Mitchell Jr. – 38.71%

Mishawaka Common Council at Large
Republican
Matt Mammolenti – 33.82%
Gregg Hixenbaugh – 33.53%
Lacy Hahn – 32.66%

Democratic
Maggie Demaegd (53.84%)
Gloria Niedbalski (46.16%)

School City of Mishawaka Referendum
Yes – 62.22%
No – 37.78%

Elkhart Common Council District 1
Aaron Mishler -D 79%
Thomas Butler -D 21%

Elkhart Common Council District 4
Dwight Fish -D 60 75%
Jay Little -D 20 25%

Goshen Mayor
Bill Malone -R 645 80%
William Gard -R 20%

Nappanee Common Council Dist. 4
Dustin Geyer -R 78%
Jeremy Beach -R 22%

Bristol Town Council At-Large
Douglas DeSmith -R 26%
Jeff Beachy -R 65 22%
Raymond Rentfrow Jr-R 21%
Andrew Medford -R 19%
Wade Mosier -R 12%

Middlebury Town Council At-Large
Jeremy Yahwak-R 28%
Michael Holloway-R 27%
Miranda Cripe-R 26%
Kevin Miller -R

Bremen Town Council At-Large
Bill Daily -R 21%
Michael Leman -R 20%
Alex Mikel -R 185 18%
Bryan Miller -R 17%
Barbara Sauter -R 15%
Joe Blakely -R 93 9%

Culver Town Council At-Large
Dana Neer -R 32%
Ginny Bess Munroe -R 24%
Sally Ricciardi -R 23%
Leigh Marshall -R 20%

Plymouth Mayor
Greg Compton -R 49%
Nick Fisher -R 150 27%
John Grolich -R 22%
Rick Cooper Jr-R

Michigan City Mayor
Angie Nelson-Deuitch -D 51%
Mark Yagelski -D 17%
Ron Meer -D 406 15%
Johnny Stimley -D 14%
Michael Mack -D 3%

MICHIGAN

Berrien Springs Public Schools Millage Renewal
*Yes 830 68%
No 388 32%

Buchanan Community Schools
Bond Proposal
Yes 1,087 39%
*No 1,684 61%

Coloma Community Schools
Bond Proposal
Yes 751 47%
*No 853 53%

Dowagiac Union Schools
Operating Millage
*Yes 994 63%
No 588 37%

Eau Claire Public Schools
Bond Proposal
Yes 163 28%
*No 414 72%

Lakeshore Public Schools
Bond Proposal
*Yes 2,261 51%
No 2,173 49%

Stevensville Prohibit
Marijuana Establishments
*Yes 287 61%
No 181 39%

Watervliet Public Schools
Bond Proposal
Yes 451 47%
*No 514 53%

Cassopolis Public Schools
Millage Renewal
*Yes 503 72%
No 197 28%

Edwardsburg Public Schools
Millage Renewal
*Yes 931 66%
No 473 34%

 

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3 comments

Adam May 3, 2023 at 2:33 am

Democrats winning in the City limits of South Bend, business as usual. The incumbent mayor with no personality won again which is no surprise. South Bend may have a record year for shootings and murders in the year 2023. So far the city numbers are high.

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Case W. May 4, 2023 at 10:53 am

Adam, I think you need to go back to civics class and learn how a primary election works. Oh well, you didn’t read the article, just saw the word “election” and decided to toot your own horn. I hope you thought you sounded smart.

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Adam May 5, 2023 at 2:37 pm

I know how primary elections work. South Bend is an extreme blue city much like Chicago. Once the primary is over why even vote in the general election. The liberal democrats connected with Norte Dame have the power. It’s a very divided city with no rank and file jobs. The largest employer is the Memorial Hospital.

There have been some improvements but it’s 50 years too late. The crime is terrible and the government schools are failing miserably. People don’t feel safe going there after dark. We will see what city government does for the next 4 years.

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