All six of Michigan proposals are defeated

Michigan voters overwhelmingly reject all five proposals that would have, if passed, amended the state constitution. Dealing with issues ranging from collective bargaining to building a new bridge to Canada.

Proposal one, that would given the governor the ability to appoint emergency financial manger's and give them sweeping authority was rejected by voters, 52% to 48% with 93% of precincts reporting.

Proposal six, the bridge proposal was one of the most watched ballot measures through election night. It called for changing the constitution to require a statewide vote on plans for any new international crossing. It came in response to the proposed construction of a bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario.

Proposal two, which would have amended the state constution to inculde collective barganing, was also defeated.

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