State House of Representatives Elections

The state House of Representatives elections in Michigan are coming up, with the primary on August 7, 2018, and the general election on November 6, 2018. Republicans currently hold a 63-47 majority, and hope to maintain or improve on their numbers. Meanwhile, Democrats hope to regain control of the chamber following eight years of Republican control.


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Tenisha Yancey (D-Harper Woods) is in her first term and is running for reelection.

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Representative Tenisha Yancey (VoteYancey.com)


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Bettie Cook Scott (D-Grosse Point) is in her third term and cannot seek reelection.

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District 3

Wendell Byrd (D-Detroit) is in his second term and is running for reelection.

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Representative Wendell Byrd


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Rose Mary Robinson (D-Detroit) is in her third term and cannot seek reelection.

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Fred Durhal III is in his second term and

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Jim Runestad is in his second term and is running for state Senate.

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Matt Maddock (MattMaddock.com)

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