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Livingston County voters decided various contested races and ballot proposals in Tuesday’s general election.

A county-wide millage request for Livingston County Veterans Services passed overwhelmingly.

A proposal in Hamburg Township designed to guide the Board of Trustees about whether to consolidate trash collection was turned down by voters
by 645 votes.

In Fowlerville, a millage renewal request for the Fowlerville District Library was approved with 59.60% of voters in support.

Voters also decided various municipal and school board races.

On the Livingston County Board of Commissioners, there were no upsets and all Republican incumbents retained their seats – although some were in different districts due to redistricting. There will also be some new faces on the board. The following candidates were elected:

District 1 – Doug Helzerman (I)
District 2 – Dave Domas
District 3 – Frank Sample
District 4 – Wes Nakagiri (I)
District 5 – Jay Drick (I)
District 6 – Roger Deaton
District 7 - Martin Smith (I)
District 8 – Nick Fiani
District 9 – Jay Gross (I)

Complete results are available on the Livingston County Clerk’s website. A link is provided.

Un-official results for congressional and state candidate races are reported on the state's website and can be accessed here.