Here are Your Winners: 5 Newcomers, 7 Incumbents Receive Top Votes Tuesday
Did you vote? Here's a look at the results.
Voters in Rochester and Rochester Hills elected five newcomers and re-elected seven incumbents on Tuesday night, according to official election results.
Here's a look at the results, race by race.
Rochester City Council
Rochester elected two women and two men to its City Council.
Newcomer Cathy Daldin, a downtown business owner who has been involved in several city committees, joined incumbents Ben Giovanelli and Kim Russell in a victory Tuesday night. Voters also elected Steve Sage, who was appointed by City Council earlier this year to fill a vacant seat.
Giovanelli (18.89 percent), Russell (18.24 percent) and Sage (18.71 percent) received the most votes and will serve four-year terms; Daldin (17.88) will serve a two-year term.
Rochester Hills City Council
Tisdel received 30.11 percent of the votes, while Webber earned 26.85 percent.
In District 2, voters elected Adam Kochenderfer. He received 54.6 percent of the votes while challenger Laurie Puscas received 45.4 percent. Puscas won Precinct 9; Kochenderfer won all other precincts.
For the District 3 City Council seat, Council President Greg Hooper ran unopposed.
Rochester Hills Mayor
Barnett won all 32 precincts.
Rochester Hills parks amendment
The amendment to the city charter, which would call for a vote of the residents before city-owned parks or open space are used for non-park use, passed with 88.29 percent of voters saying "yes."
Rochester Board of Education
Talbert received 28.54 percent of the vote; Pierobon received 23.23 percent and Piskulich 21.50 percent.
Challenger Jeremy Nielson received 15.96 percent of the vote and was the winner in Oakland Township Precinct 2 and Orion Township Precinct 9.
Tom Malysz received 10.62 percent of the vote.
Here is a look at the results, precinct-by-precinct:
- Rochester Hills City Council and mayor's race results
- Rochester City Council race results
- Rochester Board of Education results
For complete election coverage, see our Election page.