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Lodi Voters Stick With Status Quo

All seven members of the Lodi Board were selected by voters in Tuesday's primary.

Lodi Township voters stayed with Supervisor Jan Godek in Tuesday's primary vote.

Godek survived challenges from fellow Republican candidates Jeffrey Feldkamp and Karen Edman. Godek finished with 392 votes. Feldkamp was second with 220 votes. Edman was a distant third. Feldkamp gave Godek a battle in the first precinct, but Godek was the landslide choice in the second and third precincts.

Voters also re-elected Clerk Elaine Masters and Treasurer Michelle Foley and trustees Margaret Canham-Keel, William Lindemann, Donald Rentschler and Byron Staebler, none of whom were challenged.

With no Democratic candidates on the ballot, all seven members of the board have a clear path to victory in the November election.

Here are the unofficial results from Washtenaw County.

Lodi 1 Lodi 2 Lodi 3 R Supervisor Karen Edman 26 36 9 Jeffrey Feldkamp 115 89 16 Janann Godek 121 209 62 R-Clerk Elaine Masters 230 310 70 R-Treasurer Michelle Foley 222 308 66 R-Trustee Margaret Canham-Keel 179 256 51 William Lindemann 190 278 54 Donald Rentschler 201 282 57 Byron Staebler 175 251 46 R-US Senator Clark Durant 94 110 26 Gary Glenn 12 15 5 Randy Hekman 23 11 0 Pete Hoekstra 139 203 48 R US Rep Dan Davis 51 46 21 Tim Walberg 213 298 58 D US Rep Kurt Haskell 39 56 11 Ruben Marquez 19 32 18 22nd Circuit Judge James Fink 127 211 52 Carol Kuhnke 54 69 22 Douglas McClure 31 48 18 Erane Washington 14 19 5

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