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2020 General Election November 3, 2020

November 3rd General Election:  NPS RESULTS as Certified by the Wayne County Board of County Canvassers

Nine candidates vie for four open school board seats
Nine candidates will vie for four open seats on the Northville Board of Education in the November 3rd election.
Four seats on the Northville Board of Education are up for election in November 2020 for four-year terms beginning in January 2021, as the following Board of Education Trustees complete their current four-year terms on December 31, 2020: Laurie Doner, Cynthia Jankowski, Sarah Prescott, and Matthew Wilk.
Laurie Doner, Cynthia Jankowski, and Matthew Wilk have announced that they will be stepping down from the Board of Education at the conclusion of their term.


NPS Board of Education Candidate Forum Flyer
Northville PTA Council hosts The Northville Public Schools Board of Education Candidate Forum
Northville PTA Council hosted a Northville Board of Education Candidate Forum for interested voters in the upcoming November 3, 2020 General Election. During the forum, voters heard from the nine candidates vying for the four open seats on the Northville Public Schools Board of Education. 
The League of Women Voters also facilitated a NPS Board of Education Candidate Forum, recorded on 9/23/20, available for viewing.
Wayne County Enhancement Millage
During the September 22nd Board of Education meeting, the Northville Board of Education adopted the resolution supporting a renewal of the 2 mill property tax from 2022 to 2027.
The Northville Public Schools Board of Education commits to the community that it will continue to be transparent with the use of these public dollars, if the proposal is successful and will continue to put them to the best use it can determine of behalf of its students.
Millage renewal for Wayne County Enhancement Millage on the ballot this November 3rd, 2020.
Wayne RESA LogoThe county-wide millage has supported the Wayne RESA school districts for the last four years with over $300 per student per year. It has been essential for supporting students, and it is up for a renewal vote.
The regional enhancement millage proposal is a renewal request to voters to continue a current 2 mill property tax, first passed in 2016, that will generate revenue for all 33 Wayne County public school districts as well as public school academies in Wayne County.
How has Northville Public Schools utilized the Wayne County Enhancement Millage?
Northville Public Schools will receive approximately $310 per student, or a total of $2.3 million (current funding is about $2.9 million.) Unlike bonds and sinking fund millages, funds from the Enhancement Millage can be used for operational funds.
The Enhancement Millage has funded the following items:
  • the school resource officer
  • additional staff to address classroom sizes
  • instruments for the music programs
  • updated copier fleet
  • textbooks and classroom equipment
  • furniture
  • software
How much will the proposal cost homeowners?
It is not a tax increase. The millage would be renewed at its current rate and will continue to cost the average Wayne County homeowner less than $8 per month (per $100,000 home value), with 100% of funds going to Wayne County public schools and public school academies so they can keep schools safe, and improve programs and services for students.
Why is this renewal important?
Strong schools help make Wayne County a great place to live, raise a family, work or launch a business.
Strengthening our schools supports our future workforce, which will help attract new families, businesses and talent to Wayne County.
Visit to learn more about the regional enhancement millage renewal proposal.
Voting Information - November 3, 2020 General Election
Voters may register to vote by mail, in person at Township Hall, online at or in person at a Secretary of State Office until 15 days prior to each election.
OR, register in person at the Clerk’s Office from 14 days before each election until 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Vote by Mail Option Available for All Registered Voters

All registered voters in Michigan have the right to vote by mail without providing a reason. It is a safe way to vote and protect your health. Consider voting by mail for the Nov. 3 general election.

Absent Voter Applications were mailed to those on the Automatic Absent Voter Application list at the end of May. This application is good for both the August and November 2020 Elections. In addition, in June 2020, the Secretary of State's Office mailed absent voter ballot applications to all registered voters. The application is good for the August and November 2020 elections.

Voting precincts and locations for Election Day are available on your city or township website or by calling your city or township clerk’s office.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020.