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LIVE: Results for East Lansing city council election, ballot proposal

November 5, 2019
East Lansing resident and volunteer Bev Baten helps people vote in the East Lansing City Council Election at Hannah Community Center on Nov. 5, 2019.
East Lansing resident and volunteer Bev Baten helps people vote in the East Lansing City Council Election at Hannah Community Center on Nov. 5, 2019. —
Photo by Sylvia Jarrus | The State News

Election results are filtering in for the city of East Lansing. Follow along with our live updates below. Winners at the end of the night will be bolded.

This article was last updated at 10:46 p.m.

For more on this race and ballot proposal, see our city council election coverage here.

City of East Lansing city council member

With six candidates vying for three open seats, the three winners of this election will become members of East Lansing's city council.

17 of 17 precincts reporting

Jessy Gregg – 2,871, 25.45%

Lisa Babcock – 2,944, 25.08%

Mark S. Meadows – 1,951, 16.62%

Erik Altmann – 1,949, 16.60%

John L. Revitte – 1,397, 11.78%

Warren Stanfield III – 628, 5.35%

Write in – 19

City of East Lansing ballot question

If approved by voters, this ballot proposal would authorize the sale of land the city owns at the southwest corner of the West Road and Coleman Road.

17 of 17 precincts reporting

Yes – 3,358, 77.00%

No – 1,003, 23.00%

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