As expected the elections last night took the country and world by storm, with Donald Trump, a political outsider, being named the President-Elect of the United States.
But through all the hustle and bustle we have you updated results of elections that took place closer to home.
Alpena County saw a few contested races on the ballot, as four districts had their county commissioner seat for the taking.
The results were as follows; in the first district incumbent democrat Jeff Kowalski lost his seat to Republican challenger Brad McRoberts by a margin of 112 votes.
In District #3 it was a tight contest and the republican incumbent Camille Nerkowski came out on top defeating the challenger Richard Neumann by a single vote.
In District #5 incumbent Democrat Mary Hess lost to former Alpena Township Trustee Brenda Fournier by 100 votes, giving up her seat. .
And voters made their decision on who would replace longtime Alpena Township Supervisor Marie Twite, as republican newcomer Nathan Skibbe won a close race against Scot McKenzie.
And in the 106th District, the race was not as close as many first thought as former Cheboygan County Commissioner Sue Allor defeated retired educator Robert Kennedy by a substantial margin.