Carol Wood and Patricia Spitzley take Lansing City Council At-Large seats following Tuesday's election.  In Ward 1, Jody Washington defeated Shelley Mielock and in Ward 3 Adam Hussain beat A'lynn Boles.

In East Lansing, Mayor Nathan Triplett failed to garner enough votes to keep his council seat and job as Mayor; WLNS-TV reports former Mayor and State Representative, Mark Meadows, along with Shanna Draheim and Erik Altmann picked up seats on the council.

Jackson's new Mayor is Bill Jors, defeating Martin Griffin.  Freddie Dancy gets Jackson Council Ward 2, Craig Pappin gets Ward 4 and Derek Dobies gets Ward 6.

For mid-Michigan schools, it's a mixed bag of passes, fails and question marks; 66% of Charlotte voters turned down the district's bond.  In Eaton Rapids, voters were split 50/50 on the school millage; WLNS-TV hasn't declared a winner yet.  Olivet voters overwhelming approved the school's millage renewal, as they did in Corunna and Durand.  Voters in Owosso and Byron turned down those district's initiatives, a $49 million+ bond proposal in Curwoo Country.  Howell voters narrowly approved that district's bond.  Camden-Frontier's school tax levy passed with 62% approval.

Get complete Lansing-area Election Results here