Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The Hartland Consolidated Schools non-homestead renewal proposal was approved on Tuesday with only 10.48 percent voter turn out for the day.
Hartland residents approved the Hartland Consolidated Schools non-homestead renewal proposal on Tuesday, but with only 10.48 percent of the residents voting, some Patch readers questioned the low voter turn out for the day. “Sad that the turn-out was so low from our community, particularly from parents with school age children. Says something about our priorities. “Precinct 3 had only 66 people vote. We are lucky that those not wanting this tax on businesses and vacant land didn't organize otherwise the schools would have had to cut programs, hours and maybe teachers,” Hartland Patch reader “Clyde Rd dust survivor" wrote on the Hartland Patch page. According to the Livingston County election page website, there are 19,575 registered voters…
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Residents approved the non-homestead renewal proposal 1,573-473, according to unofficial results.
Update 11:55 p.m. Hartland residents approved the Hartland Consolidated Schools non-homestead renewal proposal on Tuesday. Unofficial results are in the chart below. ----- Hartland residents voted in the special school election for the Hartland Consolidated Schools non-homestead renewal proposal on Tuesday. The 18-mill tax equates to $4,346,475 in revenue for the district this year and has been in place since 1995. Stay with us all evening for live updates on the outcome. A copy of the ballot language for the Special Election is provided on the Hartland Township. Hartland Consolidated Schools Operating Millage Renewal Proposal Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence…
Hartland polls open at 7 a.m. for the Hartland Consolidated Schools special election.
It's Election Day in Hartland! Voters will be headed to the polls today for the Hartland Consolidated Schools special school election for the non-homestead renewal proposal. The 18-mill tax equates to $4,346,475 in revenue for the district this year and has been in place since 1995. It is levied against businesses, vacant land and second homes, according to information received from Hartland Schools and, as stated on the ballot proposal, principal residences, qualified agricultural property and qualified forest property are exempt. You can view your full sample ballot on the Hartland Township website or with help from Publius.org. The Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. All Hartland Township Voters, vote for all elections at the …
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Hartland residents hoping to vote in the May 7 election should register to vote before the deadline.
Saturday, April 6
The deadline to register to vote in the May 7 election is just around the corner. Voters have until April 8 to register at Hartland Township, any Secretary of State office or by mail. This year, there is a new requirement to register to vote in Michigan. As of March 28, anyone wishing to register to vote must have a photo ID or a signed affidavit with proof of citizenship. In order to vote, you must: People who will be unavailable to vote in person on election day can apply for an absentee ballot. Residents can vote absentee until May 6. The Hartland Township Cerk's office will be open on the Saturday preceding each election from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. to process absentee voter applications. Absentee voter ballots may also be obtained by a …
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Rogers is considering throwing his name into the hat for the 2014 election.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers is considering a move from the House to the Senate, stating that he may run for Sen. Carl Levin's open seat in 2014. "I am giving the Senate race serious consideration," Rogers told the Detroit Free Press on Saturday. Levin, a Democrat who has been in office for more than 30 years, announced last week that he won't be running for re-election. Rogers (R-Howell) has served as the representative for Michigan's 8th District, which includes Brighton and Hartland, since 2001. He also serves as the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and is a former FBI agent. According to the Free Press, other Republicans who said they may run for Levin's seat include Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land and U.S. Rep. Justin Amash of…
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Check here for results from the Hartland elections.
Unions were disappointed. Canadians were thrilled. All in all, reactions were varied as Michigan voters shot down all six statewide ballot proposals.
Unions were disappointed. Canadians were thrilled. All in all, reactions were varied as Michigan voters shot down all six statewide ballot proposals. (See all statewide election results here.) The six state proposals on the Nov. 6 ballot in Michigan were: How did you vote on these proposals?
Rep. Cindy Denby (R) defeats challengers to retain her seat as the 47th District State Representative.
Rep. Cindy Denby (R-Hartland) defeated challengers Shawn Lowe Desai (D) and Libertarian candidate James Weeks II to retain her seat in the 47th District. With 33 precincts reporting, unofficial results show that Denby received 27619 votes. Desai received 13886 and Weeks received 1607. Denby, first elected to office in 2008, currently serves as the vice-chair of the House Agriculture committee and also is a member of the House Commerce, Insurance, and Oversight Reform, and Ethics committees. Hartland Township Candidate races for Hartland township offices were uncontested and included: Hartland Township Supervisor Hartland Township Clerk Hartland Township Treasurer Hartland Township Trustee
Bill Gatewood defeated challenger Christopher Costa to retain his seat on the Hartland School Board.
Hartland Consolidated School Board Incumbent Bill Gatewood will keep his seat on the Board of Education, according to unofficial results from the Livingston County Clerk's office. With all 12 precincts reporting, Gatewood received the most votes, with 4757. Candidate Christopher Costa received 3,853 votes.
Rogers is the projected winner of the 8th Congressional seat, according to unofficial results.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Brighton) was re-elected Tuesday night, defeating Democatic challenger Lance Enderle, according to unofficial results reported by The Huffington Post. Rogers, who has represented the district since 2001, is the projected winner with 58.7 percent of the votes and 80 percent of precincts reporting. Enderle received 36.9 percent of votes. Rogers is the current Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. He recently discussed his cyber security bill, which would allow sharing sharing of covert intelligence information with the private sector to allow businesses to protect themselves against personal cyber attacks, with the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce.