Dan Czajkowski said he still has plenty to learn despite nearly two years as a county commissioner.
The 62-year-old White Pigeon resident will have another 24 months of experience to gain after voters in District 4 backed him over Republican challenger Joshua Goodrich, a Constantine Township resident.
Unofficial numbers show the incumbent earned 534 votes to Goodrich’s 370 endorsements.
Czajkowski said he ran again because he felt he owed it to his constituents to reap the rewards of what he learned his first two years on the board. He noted that some of the issues commissioners face today were left from the previous administration and he would like to resolve some outstanding matters.
District 4 covers Constantine, Mottville, White Pigeon and Sturgis townships.
There is no Democrat opponent in November’s general election.