May 2 School Special Election Results

May 2, 2017

East Lansing narrowly passes a $94-million proposal to fund new schools. Millage renewals in Haslett and the Jackson ISD were also approved.


Mid-Michigan voters headed to the polls Tuesday to decide the future of several school districts.

EAST LANSING SCHOOL DISTRICT

People in the East Lansing School District approved a $94-million proposal to fund construction of some new elementary schools and other school upgrades in the district.

As of 10:15 p.m., 100% of the vote had been counted. 

YES   2,782 (51.34%)

NO  2,637  (48.66%)

HASLETT

Voters in Haslett Public Schools approved a millage renewal.  

YES 1,186 (85.63%)

NO 199 (14.37%)

JACKSON COUNTY ISD

Voters in the Jackson County ISD approved a millage renewal on Tuesday as well. All votes were counted as of 10:50 p.m.:

YES 10,444 (73.24%)

NO 3,816 (26.76%)