It was a long night for municipal clerks, but results are in from yesterday’s local elections in Menominee County. Current undersheriff Mike Holmes will become the newest Menominee County Sheriff as he defeats Patrick Armbrust 6936 to 4949, while 448 other voters cast their ballots for write-in candidates for sheriff. Both the incumbents in the contested County Commissioner races secured another term with Larry Phelps beating Joe Ciochetto in District 3 210 to 143 and William Cech edging out Zak Aubert 580 to 570 in District 5. John Starzynski won the City of Stephenson’s mayoral race, defeating Connie Westrich 245 to 141. A $415000 bonding proposal was approved by voters in the Carney-Nadeau School District 441 to 418. Cindy Woods and Dawn Wesolowski walked away from yesterday’s Menominee School Board race each with 6-year terms while Derek Butler and Nicole Myszak secured 4-year terms. In the Presidential election Menominee County heavily favored Donald Trump, with voters casting 8120 ballots in his favor and 4314 for Joe Biden. And, in the regional race for State Representative for the 108th District, it was incumbent Beau LaFave securing 63.7% of the vote over Renee Richer’s 36.3%.