US Elections ~ Michigan
Directory of Michigan elections. Michigan candidates for Governor, state reps and Congress (Senators / House of Representatives). MI primary and election races. Voting info. Political parties. State election office.
Election, Primary & Caucus Dates:
Presidential Primary: March 10, 2020
Democrat Delegates: 125
Republican Delegates: 73
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Michigan Electoral Votes: 16
The Electoral College consists of 538 electors.
A majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect the President.
2019 | On Your Ballot:
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Poll Opening & Closing Times:
In the state of Michigan, all polls will be open in the lower and upper peninsulas of Michigan from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM Central and Eastern times.
Michigan is split between Eastern / Central time zones.
Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2022.
Garlin Gilchrist (D)
Michigan State Legislature:
Senate: Republican Caucus | Democratic Caucus
Michigan has 38 State Senate members: 16 (Democrats), 22 (Republicans).
Length of term: 4 years. Term limits: 2 terms (8 years).
House of Representatives: Republican Caucus | Democratic Caucus
Michigan has 110 State House members: 52 (Democrats), 58 (Republicans).
Length of term: 2 years. Term limits: 3 terms (6 years).
Terms are 6 years in length.
Each state has 2 US Senators. 2 US Senators x 50 States = 100 Total US Senators.
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U.S. House Of Representatives:
Terms are 2 years in length.
Michigan has 14 Reps (Congressmen & Congresswomen) in the House.
Total number of Reps in the House = 435.
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8th District Candidates:
Paul Mitchell (R)
* Retiring in 2020.
Has been in office since: 2017
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Michigan Election Office:
Michigan Division Of Elections
(Get voter registration & information. Polling places and times. Absentee voting. Ballot measures. District maps. Election FAQ.)
Michigan Political Parties:
Michigan Democratic Party
Green Party of Michigan
Libertarian Party of Michigan
Natural Law Party of Michigan
Michigan Republican Party
Socialist Party of Michigan
US Taxpayers Party of Michigan (Constitution Party affiliate)
Working Class Party
Find Your Home Town | Localized Michigan Election Information:
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- ALABAMA: Jeff Sessions (R) to run for his former US Senate seat. District 2: Terri Hasdorff (R) enters the open seat congressional race. November 9, 2019
- MARYLAND District 7: Harry Spikes, Congressman Elijah Cummings's long term congressional aide and driver, filed papers to run in the special election. November 9, 2019
- TEXAS District 13: Jason Brinkley (R) exited the race for open GOP congressional seat. District 23: Sharon Breckenridge Thomas (R) enters the open seat congressional race. November 9, 2019
- ILLINOIS District 15: Ronnie McCuan (R) and Kent Gray (R) enter the open seat congressional race. November 9, 2019
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