The 2018 Michigan Primary Election took place across the state on Tuesday to determine the candidates running in the 2018 General Election in November.
Michigan will see a new governor come November, and last night’s election narrowed down the candidates for the race in November. Republic candidate, Bill Schuette will go up against Democratic candidate Gretchen Whitmer in the general election. Schuette won the nomination with 479,177 votes (50.81 percent of votes) while Whitmer won with 556,285 votes (51.83 percent of votes).
In the running for U.S. Senate are Democrat Debbie Stabenow, who ran unopposed, and Republican John James.
For a full list of the candidates up for election in the November 6 General Election, click here.