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2022 Michigan Election Results – The New York Times

2022 Michigan Election Results – The New York Times

Carterincumbent


Democrat

87%

Campbell


republican

11%

94%

Break freeincumbent


Democrat

61%

D’Onofrio


republican

39%

90%

Shearer


republican

26%

>95%

Whitsettincumbent


Democrat

86%

Wells


republican

14%

>95%

Containers


republican

22%

>95%

Weissincumbent


Democrat

83%

Villerot


republican

17%

>95%

Scottincumbent


Democrat

Undeniably

Noble


republican

23%

92%

Ayyashincumbent


Democrat

92%

Lundgren


republican

8%

>95%

Dadsincumbent


Democrat

72%

Corcoran


republican

28%

86%

Foster


republican

34%

>95%

Edwards


Democrat

65%

Saber


republican

33%

>95%

Tableincumbent


Democrat

97%

Singer


republican

3%

17%

McKinney


Democrat

84%

Watters


republican

15%

>95%

Mackie


republican

38%

38%

Youngincumbent


Democrat

83%

Jones


republican

17%

54%

Pohutskyincumbent


Democrat

76%

Crying


republican

24%

46%

Hoskins


Democrat

80%

Webster Jackson


republican

20%

>95%

Steckloffincumbent


Democrat

67%

Paesano


republican

33%

>95%

Mansour


republican

43%

>95%

Breenincumbent


Democrat

56%

Staudt


republican

42%

>95%

Cholesterolincumbent


Democrat

54%

Neracher


republican

46%

67%

Sharland


republican

42%

76%

Puriincumbent


Democrat

61%

Anthony


republican

39%

>95%

Colemanincumbent


Democrat

63%

Barlow


republican

37%

>95%

Townsend


republican

38%

66%

Churches


Democrat

51%

Howey


republican

49%

>95%

Thompson


republican

54%

56%

the village


republican

52%

Garzaincumbent


Democrat

48%

93%

Bruck


republican

64%

Shame


Democrat

36%

46%

Biniecki


republican

48%

>95%

Church


republican

21%

89%

bratincumbent


Democrat

71%

Borer


republican

29%

78%

Dahlgren


Democrat

38%

>95%

Finkincumbent


republican

73%

Watkins


Democrat

27%

>95%

Carreraincumbent


republican

66%

Williams


Democrat

34%

>95%

Paquetteincumbent


republican

65%

>95%

Andrews


Democrat

51%

Whiteford


republican

49%

>95%

Wendzelincumbent


republican

63%

Polonowski


Democrat

37%

>95%

Morseincumbent


Democrat

55%

Sackett


republican

45%

69%

Rogersincumbent


Democrat

74%

Haines


republican

23%

56%

Hallincumbent


republican

55%

Mendoza


Democrat

45%

>95%
>95%

Haadsmaincumbent


Democrat

52%

Morgan


republican

48%

>95%

Lightnerincumbent


republican

68%

Hawkins


Democrat

32%

>95%

Schmaltz


republican

54%

>95%

Rhine goose


Democrat

57%

Bednarski-Lynch


republican

43%

85%

Conlin


Democrat

49.7%

Woolford


republican

49.2%

93%

Bollinincumbent


republican

56%

Kafkakis


Democrat

44%

>95%

Bezotteincumbent


republican

67%

>95%

Maddockincumbent


republican

58%

May-Seward


Democrat

42%

>95%

Harrisincumbent


republican

61%

McGregor


Democrat

39%

69%

Carterincumbent


Democrat

67%

Bartolotta


republican

33%

>95%

Steele


republican

51%

Martini


Democrat

49%

>95%

Tisdelincumbent


republican

52%

Bernard


Democrat

48%

>95%

MacDonell


Democrat

58%

>95%

Farooqi


Democrat

52%

36%

Smith


republican

58%

Shannonincumbent


Democrat

42%

>95%

Wozniak


republican

70%

>95%

Aragon


republican

60%

>95%

Mentzer


Democrat

53%

Aiello


republican

47%

>95%

St. Germaine


republican

56%

>95%

DeBoyer


republican

68%

>95%

Beelerincumbent


republican

61%

>95%

Greene


republican

72%

Lingeman


Democrat

28%

>95%

Schriver


republican

64%

>95%

Greenincumbent


republican

65%

77%

Martinincumbent


republican

64%

hardmon


Democrat

36%

25%

Couch


republican

51%

50%

Neeleyincumbent


Democrat

81%

Butler


republican

19%

13%

BeGole


republican

61%

Zachard


Democrat

39%

71%

Muellerincumbent


republican

67%

52%

Brixieincumbent


Democrat

56%

Shinkle


republican

44%

>95%

Hopeincumbent


Democrat

69%

Falcon


republican

31%

87%

Tsernoglou


Democrat

57%

Stewart


republican

43%

79%

a widowerincumbent


Democrat

55%

Whittum


republican

45%

93%

Dievendorf


Democrat

62%

Magoola


republican

38%

89%

Johnsen


republican

66%

95%

Riga


republican

66%

Kennedy-Barrington


Democrat

34%

>95%

Johnson


republican

44%

>95%

Hoodincumbent


Democrat

54%

Afendoulis


republican

46%

73%

Malinoski


republican

27%

52%

Fitzgerald


Democrat

50%

DeKryger


republican

48%

71%

Glanvilleincumbent


Democrat

51%

Milanowski


republican

49%

78%

Slaghincumbent


republican

70%

>95%

Farmer


republican

56%

Jackson


Democrat

44%

>95%

Spades


republican

38%

>95%

VanWoerkomincumbent


republican

56%

>95%

Mermanincumbent


republican

69%

McConnon


Democrat

31%

>95%

posthumousincumbent


republican

62%

>95%

Outmanincumbent


republican

68%

DeVries


Democrat

32%

>95%

Neyer


republican

55%

>95%

Fillerincumbent


republican

64%

Lockwood


Democrat

36%

>95%

O’Nealincumbent


Democrat

68%

Shepler


republican

32%

>95%

Schuette


republican

61%

>95%

believesincumbent


republican

55%

>95%

Small beer


republican

68%

Whitney


Democrat

32%

94%

Alexander


republican

72%

Mroczek


Democrat

28%

>95%

Hoadley


republican

68%

>95%

Kunse


republican

68%

>95%

Siggins


Democrat

32%

>95%

VanderWall


republican

61%

Housewife


Democrat

39%

>95%

O’Malleyincumbent


republican

48%

>95%

Rothincumbent


republican

63%

>95%

Bortonincumbent


republican

69%

>95%

Cavitt


republican

65%

Fielder


Democrat

35%

>95%

Fresh


republican

57%

>95%

loan


republican

66%

>95%

Wagner


republican

47%

>95%

Markkanenincumbent


republican

63%

VerBerkmoes


Democrat

37%

>95%



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