Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders came out the victors in Tuesday’s election in Tuscola County, while the proposal to fund the Tuscola County Michigan State University-Extension (and related 4-H programs) was overwhelmingly approved by voters.
Jodi Fetting, Tuscola County clerk, said voter turnout for the county was about 35 percent (with one district left to report at midnight).
“I think it’s a good voter turnout, probably more than I even expected,” Fetting told The Advertiser.
Fremont Township was the first to report with 905 votes, nearly double from the 2012 presidential primary, according to Township Clerk Amy Holbrook. That’s a 36 percent turnout rate.
It should be noted that results are considered unofficial until certified by the Tuscola County Board of Canvassers or State Board of Canvassers.
See below tables that reflect 30 of 31 precincts reporting as of 11:58 p.m.
Numbers will be updated as they become available.
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