GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Voters in a number of West Michigan communities voted Tuesday on millages and bonds and, in one district, selecting a new state House representative.

SPECIAL ELECTION

Democrat Carol Glanville won a special election to fill the vacant 74th Michigan House District seat against write-in candidate Mike Milanowski Jr. and Republican Robert “R.J.” Regan. She will represent the west side of Kent County.

WYOMING INCOME TAX

In Wyoming, residents voted against an income tax. It would have been up to 1% for residents and .5% for nonresidents. If it passed, the property tax millage would have dropped to 5.0 in January 2023.

KALAMAZOO PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOND PROPOSAL

Voters passed a record $197.1 million bond proposal for Kalamazoo Public Schools. It will pay to build the new El Sol Elementary, as well as to upgrade infrastructure, security and technology around the district. The bond will not raise taxes because old debt has been paid off.

PAW PAW BOND PROPOSALS

Paw Paw Public School District had two separate bond proposals.

The first bond proposal for $47.5 million for facility improvements around the district, including adding an early childhood center, passed. The proposal will not raise taxes.

The second bond proposal for $15.5 million for a new multipurpose stadium failed. The request would have included a .87 mill tax rate increase.

Paw Paw had put all its requests in a single $54 million bond proposal last year, which failed by 45 votes.

All results in West Michigan can be found on the election results page.

News 8’s Madalyn Buursma contributed to this report.