The first area election results released tonight were from Monroe County in Michigan, where Monroe City Councilman Mark Worrell was elected as the city's new mayor, winning the five-person race with 1,762 votes.
Mr. Worrell, who served on city council for 20 years between 1980 and 2003, will replace Mayor C.D. "Al" Cappuccilli, who is not seeking re-election.
Also, voters in the Mason Consolidated School District defeated a renewal of a five-year, 2-mill sinking fund levy with a 906-490 vote.
In Findlay, Republican Peter Sehnert defeated Democrat Thomas Knopf to be the city's next mayor. Mr. Sehnert collected 4,128 votes against Mr. Knopf's 1,760 votes.
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