Royal Oak Twp Voters Say No to Pot Shops, Other May 7…

Royal Oak Township Voters Say No to Pot Shops, Other May 7, 2019 Election Results


(Crystal A. Proxmire, May 7, 2019)

Clawson, Oak Park, Royal Oak Township, and Walled Lake, MI – Royal Oak Township voters decided against allowing marijuana-related businesses, defeating the May 7 Proposal 1 with 29.44% voting yes, and 70.56% voting no. There were 111 yes votes and 266 no votes. There was also a general operating millage renewal on the ballot that passed with 57.26% voting yes and 42.74% voting no.

Requests for funding passed in all Oakland County Elections.

Clawson approved a millage renewal proposal with 84.01% in favor and 15.99% opposed.

In Oak Park Schools the number was 78.23% in favor and 21.77% opposed.

And in Walled Lake Consolidated Schools the school improvement bond proposition passed with 69.15% in favor and 21.77% opposed.

More details can be found on Oakland County Clerk’s website.

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