Home Featured News Results and projections in the final hours of Election Day

Results and projections in the final hours of Election Day

Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is scheduled to debate her Republican challenger, Tudor Dixon, at 7 p.m. Thursday in Grand Rapids.

By Sophie Deiters

The polls closed here in Michigan at 8 last night and by midnight only 28% of the votes for Governor had been counted. However, we were able to secure some election results before the day wrapped up. 

Republican candidate John Moolenaar has been elected to the 2nd Congressional district which will mark his 5th term in Congress. Another Republican, Bill Huizenga has won the 4th congressional district which will be his 7th term in the House of Representatives

NBC projects that Jocelyn Benson is poised to win reelection for Michigan Secretary of State and that Proposal 3 will be passed, officially altering Michigan’s previous laws on abortion.

The night closed off on a tight race between Gubernatorial candidates, Gretchen Whitmer and Tudor Dixon with Governor Whitmer holding a 4 percent lead. For full election Coverage you can go to woodtv.com

Previous articleGRCC students reflect on flexing their right to vote – with many casting a ballot for the first time
Next articleBibbs’ leads GRCC to third win, beating Great Lakes Christian College JV


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here