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The Oakland County executive proved he's a stand-up guy during an Election Night appearance in Royal Oak.
The Farmington Hills resident, who won Nov. 6 over incumbent John McCullough by a slim margin, plans to battle fracking and expand regional cooperation.
While lines were long at the polls on Tuesday, turnout in both cities was slightly less than in the last presidential election.
Unions were disappointed. Canadians were thrilled. All in all, reactions were varied as Michigan voters shot down all six statewide ballot proposals.
Taj conceded the race Wednesday morning.
Voters in some Farmington and Farmington Hills precincts reported waiting one to two hours to cast their ballots.
Republican challenger Bruce Lilley praises campaign team and talks about measuring success in a different way.
Oakland County voters elected an executive, clerk, sheriff and treasurer at the polls Tuesday.
Five of the six statewide ballot proposals were defeated, according to early results.
President Obama defeated Republican Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election.
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