Voters headed to the polls in the Calhoun County Tuesday, and for the most part they voted yes.

According to unofficial results from Calhoun County’s website, electors in the Battle Creek Public Schools decided to continue funding their non-homestead operating millage, and their site sinking fund. Harper Creek Community Schools also saw their operating millage extended. Climax-Scotts and Gull Lake Schools had their bond proposals pass, and Union City Community Schools approved their sinking fund.

In Marengo Township, voters approved renewing their road millage. In Tekonsha Township, a 25 vote difference means that a millage increase to fund a new fire station will not be taking place.

Complete election results and vote totals can be found below:

Marengo Township Road Millage, 128 Total Votes 

  • Yes: 91
  • No: 37

Tekonsha Township Fire Millage, 267 Total Votes 

  • Yes: 121
  • No: 146

Battle Creek Public Schools Operating Millage I, 1557 Total Votes

  • Yes: 1110
  • No: 447

Battle Creek Public Schools Sinking Fund II, 1548 Total Votes

  • Yes: 1089
  • No: 459

Harper Creek Community Schools Operating Millage, 1258 Total Votes

  • Yes: 895
  • No: 363

Climax Scotts Community Schools Bonding Proposal I, 68 Total Votes (Calhoun County ONLY)

  • Yes: 39
  • No: 29

Climax Scotts Community Schools Bonding Proposal II,  67 Total Votes (Calhoun County ONLY)

  • Yes: 27
  • No: 40

Gull Lake Community Schools Bonding Proposal I, 409 Total Votes (Calhoun County ONLY)

  • Yes: 132
  • No: 277

Union City Community Schools Sinking Fund, 152 Total Votes (Calhoun County ONLY)

  • Yes: 107
  • No: 45

The Calhoun County Board of Canvassers will be meeting May 10, to review and certify the election results as official.