F2H Votes: Farmington, Hills 2019 election results

Local voters elected city officials on November 5, with incumbents sweeping the field in Farmington and a mix of experienced and new officials winning in Farmington Hills.

Both communities overwhelmingly approved renewal of an Oakland Community College operating millage, the only other issue on most ballots, with precincts reporting 70-80 percent support. The measure also passed by wide margins across Oakland County.

Here are the unofficial results as reported at oakgov.com:

Farmington city council – 3 seats

Sara Bowman (incumbent) – 1,332 (22.7%)

Sarah Davies – 922 (15.71%)

Joe LaRussa (incumbent) – 1,484 (25.29%)

Geof Perrot – 865 (14.74%)

Steve Schneemann (incumbent) – 1,240 (21.13%) 

Farmington Hills mayor

Vicki Barnett – 8,631 (54.88%)

Richard Lerner – 7,049 (44.82%)

Farmington Hills city council – 3 seats

Jackie Boleware – 6,309 (16.58%)

T. R. Carr – 6,055 (15.91%)

Danette Duron-Willner – 5,474 (14.39%)

Kenneth D. Massey – 9,857 (29.01%)

Mary Newlin – 6,261 (16.46%)

Theresa Rich was the only declared write-in candidate; 4,091 “unassigned write-in” votes were reported. 

Oakland Community College millage renewal – all Oakland County precincts

YES – 133.134

NO – 50,825