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The Votes Are In!
2018 Michigan Election Results
Over 2 million Michiganders voted in the primary election, a turnout percentage of just around 27%. This 800,000 more voters than in the 2014 primary election and is a state record!
Below is a link to the Michigan Secretary of State unofficial election results.
Here are a few takeaways from the election:
- Betty Jean Alexander, in Tuesday’s biggest upset, will be the Democrat candidate for the 5th state Senate district, defeating incumbent David Knezek.
- In the 13th Congressional district, Rashida Tlaib won the Democrat nomination for a full term beginning January 1. However, it appears that Brenda Jones won the Democrat nomination to fill the remainder of the currently-vacant term through the end of this year.
- Over 2 million Michiganders voted in Tuesday’s primary, a turnout percentage of just around 27%. This 800,000 more voters than in the 2014 primary election and is a state record.
- Gretchen Whitmer won the Democrat vote for Governor in all 83 counties; Bill Schuette won the Republican vote in 80 counties. Both candidates are now currently considering their choices for running mates as Lt. Governor.