The countywide transit millage proposal won big on Tuesday night. Early results showed the winning trend. By 9:30 p.m., 150,808 (46%) yes votes had been counted, compared to 114,417 (43%) votes against the millage. The figures represented 79 of 511 precincts reporting.
By late morning Wednesday, with nearly 97.5% of the precincts reporting, the yes votes were at 332,410 while votes against were at 248,240. The votes were at 57.25% to 42.75% in favor of the transit proposal.