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U.S. 1st Congressional District:
Republican Jack Bergman wins the seat with more than 55 percent of the vote according to unofficial results. Lon Johnson is just shy of 40 percent of the total, and third party candidates Diane Bostow and Ellis Boal picked up at least 17,000 votes between them or 5 percent of the total.
Bergman is a retired Lieutenant General. He retired from the Marine Corps in 2009. This is his first political campaign. He won the primary election against two veteran politicians, state Sen. Tom Casperson and former state Sen. Jason Allen.
Michigan 101st District:
Republican Curt Vanderwall of Ludington wins with about 54 percent of the votes. Vanderwall is the chair of the Mason County board of commissioners. He is the owner of Turf Care Mole Man, which does lawn and pest control services. His Democratic opponent Dan Scripps, an environmental attorney from Northport, won this race in 2008 but was unseated after a single term.
Michigan 104st District:
Larry Inman held onto his seat in Lansing representing Grand Traverse County. He had more than 51 percent of the vote, defeating his Democratic opponent Betsy Coffia by a larger margin than in 2014. Libertarian Kelly Clark took 5 percent of the vote.
Traverse City Proposal 3:
Proposal 3 passed with 53 percent of the vote. Now the charter of Traverse City will require residents to vote on proposed building developments over 60 feet high.
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