Last up: Local township ballot proposals with multiple precincts.
Up next: Allegan and Wayland public school district millages. Voters passed a proposal in each that renewed the districts’ operating millages.
Up next: the Saugatuck-Douglas District Library millage. Voters turned down both of the library’s ballot proposals Aug. 5.
Up next: the Ransom District Library millage. By a 1,174-746 vote, voters supported increasing the library’s operating millage by 0.6 mill for 10 years.
Up next: the 6th District, Allegan County Board of Commissioners.
Up next: the 6th Districts, U.S. House of Representatives. Below are the precinct vote totals for how Allegan County voted in the Aug. 5 primary.
Up next: the 72nd/80th Districts, Michigan House of Representatives.
Up next: the proposal to set the 911 surcharge.
Here’s the next in a series of stories in which I plan to post precinct-by-precinct data from the Aug. 5 primary.
In my column in the Aug. 7 issue of The Allegan County News, I overflowed with glee about the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission to the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.