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Sterling, Ogemaw County and Arenac County and Bay County, Michigan 48659

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U.S. Senate

Senator Debbie Stabenow
Senior Seat (Running) Democratic
John James
Senior Seat Challenger (Running) Republican
Sandy Pensler
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Senator Gary Peters
Junior Seat Democratic

U.S. House

District 4
Representative John Moolenaar
District 4 (Running) Republican
Jerry Hilliard
District 4 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Zigmond Kozicki
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 5
Representative Dan Kildee
District 5 (Running) Democratic
Travis Wines
District 5 Challenger (Running) Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

Governor

Brian Calley
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Patrick Colbeck
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Abdul El-Sayed
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Bill Gelineau
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Libertarian
Jim Hines
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Bill Schuette
Challenger (Running) Republican
John Tatar
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Libertarian
Shri Thanedar
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Gretchen Whitmer
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Lieutenant Governor

Incumbents

Challengers

State House

District 97
Representative Jason Wentworth
District 97 (Running) Republican
Robert Townsend
District 97 Challenger (Too Close To Call) Democratic
Celia Young-Wenkel
District 97 Challenger (Too Close To Call) Democratic
District 98
Representative Gary Glenn
District 98 Republican
Annette Glenn
District 98 Challenger (Running) Republican
Carl Hamann
District 98 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Sarah Schulz
District 98 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 103
Representative Daire Rendon
District 103 (Running) Republican
Steve Loomis
District 103 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Tim Schaiberger
District 103 Challenger (Running) Democratic

State Senate

District 31
Senator Mike Green
District 31 Republican
Joni Batterbee
District 31 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Kevin Daley
District 31 Challenger (Running) Republican
Gary Glenn
District 31 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Bill Jordan
District 31 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Cynthia Luczak
District 31 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Chuck Stadler
District 31 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 35
Senator Darwin Booher
District 35 Republican
Timothy Coon
District 35 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Ray Franz
District 35 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Bruce Rendon
District 35 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Mike Taillard
District 35 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Cary Urka
District 35 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Curtis VanderWall
District 35 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 36
Senator Jim Stamas
District 36 (Running) Republican
Joe Weir
District 36 Challenger (Running) Democratic

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Secretary of State

Director of the Office of the State Budget

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Incumbents

Mayor

At-Large (Sterling Heights)
Michael Taylor
At-Large

Incumbents

Council Member

At-Large (Sterling Heights)
Deanna Koski
At-Large
Nate Shannon
At-Large

Commissioner

District 1 (Arenac County)
Commissioner Robert Luce
District 1 Democratic
District 2 (Arenac County)
Commissioner Virginia Zygiel
District 2 Democratic
District 3 (Arenac County)
Commissioner Bobbe Burke
District 3 Republican
District 4 (Arenac County)
Commissioner Jeffrey Trombley
District 4 Democratic
District 5 (Arenac County)
Commissioner Adam Kroczaleski
District 5 Republican

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Great Lake State
  • Motto: Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice [If You Seek a Pleasant Peninsula, Look about You]
  • Area: 58,216 sq mi
  • Population: 9,883,360 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Lansing
  • Statehood: Jan. 26, 1837 (26th state)
  • Highest Point: Mt. Arvon, 1,979 ft
  • Lowest Point: Lake Erie, 572 ft
  • Bird: Robin
  • Flower: Apple Blossom
  • Senators: 38
  • Representatives: 110
  • Electoral Votes: 16
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