DETROIT  (WWJ/AP) — Results from the presidential primaries show Donald Trump winning on the Republican side and a race to close to call between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side. But those were not the only items on the ballots Tuesday as voters made their voices heard on road projects, school funding and a variety of other issues.

Birmingham residents said no to a proposal that Maple Road should stay at two lanes in each direction instead of narrowing it to three lanes between Cranbrook and Southfield roads.

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Pontiac voters approved both school proposals. One was a tax renewal to continue operations. The other would raise taxes to fix up schools.





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Paper ballots were needed in Flint after polling places ran out due to an unusually high turnout.

Flint Clerk Inez Brown says it’s the first time in her 20 years in office that she’s had to send more ballots during the day of an election. She says turnout has been “unprecedented,” especially among voters who want to vote in the Democratic primary.

Mayor Karen Weaver says more people were voting because they want to be heard — especially in the wake of the water crisis.

A spring-like day may have helped with the large voter turnout Tuesday.

State election officials saying two million people casting ballots in today’s presidential primary–that would make it the busiest since the state moved to a combined primary for Democrats and Republicans in 1972.


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