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President Obama speaking to a crowd in Chicago now.
Here's an update on the Ann Arbor votes:
The Library Millage looks like it is headed for defeat with 71% reporting:
54% NO to 45% YES
The Arts proposal also appears to be failing:
55% NO to 45% YES
The parks millage in Ann Arbor passed.
The race for Michigan's 1st Congressional District is very close with 87% reporting:
- Gary McDowell (D) 48%
- Dan Benishek (R) 48%
The race for 2 seats on the Michigan's Supreme Court is close. With 66% reporting:
- Bridget Mary McCormick 24%
- Stephen Markman (incumbent) 23%
- Colleen O'Brien 22%
- Connie Kelly 21%
Update on Proposal 1 - 61% reporting:
Still waiting on votes from Wayne County.
Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger (R-Marshall) wins in a tight race for the 63rd District in Michigan over Bill Farmer (D).
It's a waiting game in Ann Arbor (60% of the vote counted):
Ann Arbor Library Millage: 53% no, 46% yes
Ann Arbor Arts Proposal: 54% no, 45% yes
Proposal 1 update:
(with 51% precincts reporting)
51% no, 49% yes
Dan Kildee has been elected to Congressional District 5.
Kerry Bentivolio (R) in Michigan's 11th Congressional District is leading with 50% of the vote to Sayed Taj's (D) 44% - 77% of the vote is counted.
Kerry Bentivolio leaves "victory party" without making formal speech; reporters feel cheated.
The race for Michigan's 1st Congressional District is neck and neck.
Dan Benishek (R) 48%
Gary McDowell (D) 48%
(69% of the vote counted)
Labor leaders are looking to regroup in the wake of the defeat of Proposal 2.
The measure would have locked collective bargaining rights into the state Constitution.
Detroit Federation of Teachers President Keith Johnson says without the amendment, organized labor will likely continue to lose clout.
"It allows statutes to be passed by the Legislature that pretty much peel away at collective bargaining rights like skin off of an onion," said Johnson.
Organized labor leaders also hope to defeat Proposal 1, and repeal Michigan's emergency manager law. That race has yet to be called.
All the proposed amendments to the Michigan Constitution went down tonight, including the Bridge vote (Proposal 6). The family that owns the Ambassador Bridge that backed Proposal 6, the Moroun family, spent close to $30 million on the campaign.
In a statement released tonight, the family defended their investment in the campaign:
"We are happy with the investment made in this campaign on behalf of taxpayers and the 5,000 families employed by Ambassador Bridge family of companies. Like any family business, we would do it again - and will in different ways - to defend economic freedom and limited government."
Winnie Brinks (D) defeats Roy Schmidt (R) in the 76th State House District in Grand Rapids.