General Election 2004

City of Southfield Election Results

General Election

Tuesday, November 2, 2004

*Results may vary from National and State Election Results


 
PARTISAN BALLOT

 
PRESIDENTIAL
Vote for not more than one

George W. Bush
Dick Cheney

 

   7269 Republican 

John F. Kerry
John Edwards


   33796 Democratic

David Cobb
Patricia LaMarche


   49 Green 

Michael Anthony Peroutka
Chuck Baldwin


   32
U.S. Taxpayers 

Michael Badnarik
Richard Campagna


   56   Libertarian

Walter Brown
Mary Alice Herbert


   12 Natural Law

Ralph Nader
Peter Miguel Camejo


   120 No Party Affiliation
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 12TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than one
Randell J. Shafer    4856 Republican
Sander Levin    35075 Democratic
Dick Gach    379 Libertarian
REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 35TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than one
Alan M. Malisow    5344 Republican 
Paul Condino    34097 Democratic
MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than two
Nancy Danhof    5946 Republican 
Robert M. Smart    5372 Republican 
Marianne Yared McGuire    31367 Democratic
Herbert S. Moyer    30386 Democratic
Peter Ponzetti    465 Green
Gail M. Graeser    480 U.S. Taxpayers
Stephanie Poortenga    334 U.S. Taxpayers
Scotty Boman    705 Libertarian
Ernie Whiteside    375 Libertarian
Colette McLogan    277 Natural Law
MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BOARD OF REGENTS
Vote for not more than two
Patrick Anderson    5392 Republican 
Carl Meyers    5499 Republican 
Olivia P. Maynard    31348 Democratic
S. Martin Taylor    30503 Democratic
Nathaniel Damren    447 Green
Karen Adams    653 U.S. Taxpayers
Joe Sanger    306 U.S. Taxpayers
Michael R. Corliss    389 Libertarian
James Lewis Hudler    327 Libertarian
Mary F. Debusschere    312 Natural Law
 
MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Vote for not more than two
Melanie Foster    5688 Republican 
Randall Pittman    5556 Republican 
Joel I. Ferguson    31320 Democratic
Phil Thompson    30189 Democratic
Benjamin Alan Burgis    449 Green 
Crystal Van Sickle    545 U.S. Taxpayers
Bill Hall    417 Libertarian
Michael H. Miller    430 Libertarian
Katherine Dern    415 Natural Law
MEMBERS OF THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Vote for not more than two
Susan Licata Haroutunian    5184 Republican 
Paul C. Hillegonds    5653 Republican 
Tina Abbott    30660 Democratic
Annetta Miller    31072 Democratic
Margaret Guttshall    500 Green
Philip A. Adams    414 U.S. Taxpayers
Jerry Jankiewicz    457 Libertarian 
Thomas W. Jones    436 Libertarian
Kathleen Oakford    323 Natural Law
COUNTY EXECUTIVE
Vote for not more than one
L. Brooks Patterson    10733 Republican
Art Myatt    5389 Green
 
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than one
David Gorcyca    7760 Republican
David F. Girard    30443 Democratic
 
SHERIFF
Vote for not more than one
Michael J Bouchard    8292 Republican
Mark D. Mitchell    30879 Democratic
COUNTY CLERK/REGISTER OF DEEDS
Vote for not more than one
Ruth Johnson    6443 Republican
Jason Ellenburg    31391 Democratic
Joseph Server    744 Libertarian
 
COUNTY TREASURER
Vote for not more than one
Pat Dohany    12049 Republican
 
DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than one
John P. McCulloch    6260 Republican
Jon E. Levin    32167 Democratic
 
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 21st DISTRICT
Vote for not more than one
Eric J. Holmes    2441 Republican
Vincent Gregory    10366 Democratic
Darrell Johnson    338 Libertarian
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 22nd DISTRICT
Vote for not more than one
Jideofor N. Dallah    155 Republican
Helaine M. Zack    2655 Democratic
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 23rd DISTRICT
Vote for 1 position
Harold Vantrees    2714 Republican
Eric Coleman    19367 Democratic
Hillard Williams    416 Green
 
NON-PARTISAN BALLOT

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than two
Marilyn Kelly
Justice of the Supreme Court
   19973  
Stephen J. Markman
Justice of the Supreme Court
   9961  
Leonard Schwartz    3680  
Deborah Thomas    16948  
Brian Keith Zahra    2538  
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS 2ND DISTRICT
Vote for not more than one
Pat Donofrio
Judge of the Court of Appeals
   22113  
JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 6TH CIRCUIT - INCUMBENT POSITIONS
Vote for not more than four
Rae Lee Chabot
Judge of the Circuit Court
   15024  
John J. McDonald
Judge of the Circuit Court
   16160  
Colleen A. O'Brien
Judge of the Circuit Court
   19866  
Joan E. Young
Judge of the Circuit Court
   18306  
JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 6TH CIRCUIT - NON-INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than one
Mary Ellen Brennan    11745  
Cheryl Matthews
   16672  
JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 6TH CIRCUIT - PARTIAL TERM
Vote for not more than two
Mark A. Goldsmith
Judge of the Circuit Court
   17545  
Michael Warren
Judge of the Circuit Court
   19705  
JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT
Vote for not more than two
Eugene Arthur Moore
Judge of the Probate Court
   19377  
Elizabeth Pezzetti
Judge of the Probate Court
   17753  
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT 46TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than one
Stephen C. Cooper
Judge of the District Court
   17918  
Arlene F. Woods    13277  
 
PROPOSAL BALLOT

STATE
PROPOSAL 04-1


A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO REQUIRE VOTER APPROVAL OF ANY FORM OF GAMBLING AUTHORIZED BY LAW AND CERTAIN NEW STATE LOTTERY GAMES

The proposed constitutional amendment would:

  • Require voter approval of any form of gambling authorized by law after January 1, 2004.
  • Require voter approval of any new state lottery games utilizing "table games" or "player operated mechanical or electronic devices" introduced after January 1, 2004.
  • Provide that when voter approval is required, both statewide voter approval and voter approval in the City or Township where gambling will take place must be obtained.
  • Specify that the voter approval requirement does not apply to Indian tribal gaming or gambling in up to three casinos located in the City of Detroit.

Should this proposal be adopted?

Yes 24762 No 14203

STATE
PROPOSAL 04-2

A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO SPECIFY WHAT CAN BE RECOGNIZED AS A "MARRIAGE OR SIMILAR UNION" FOR ANY PURPOSE

The proposal would amend the state constitution to provide that "the union of one man and one woman in marriage shall be the only agreement recognized as a marriage or similar union for any purpose."

Should this proposal be adopted?

Yes 20786 No 18029