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Michigan's Guide to Elections 2022

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Your guide to the 2022 Michigan elections

Who's running, what's on the ballot


Attorney general

Secretary of State

* incumbents

Other statewide offices

Statewide ballot measures

Congressional races

  • District 1. Includes: Traverse City, Marquette, Alpena, Houghton
  • District 2. Includes: Mount Pleasant, Big Rapids, Cadillac
  • District 3. Includes: Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Grand Haven
  • District 4. Includes: Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, South Haven
  • District 5. Includes: Monroe, Jackson, Marshall, Coldwater, Three Rivers
  • District 6. Includes: Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Novi, Plymouth, Brownstown Township
  • District 7. Includes: Lansing, Brighton, St. Johns, Owosso, Grand Ledge
  • District 8. Includes: Flint, Saginaw, Bay City, Midland
  • District 9. Includes: Port Huron, Macomb Township, Romeo, Clarkston, Bad Axe
  • District 10. Includes: Warren, Sterling Heights, St. Clair Shores, Shelby Township, Rochester Hills
  • District 11. Includes: Troy, West Bloomfield Township, Farmington Hills, Waterford, Birmingham
  • District 12. Includes: Detroit, Southfield, Dearborn, Livonia, Westland, Redford Township
  • District 13. Includes: Detroit, Grosse Pointe communities, Lincoln Park, Taylor, Wyandotte

Voters' guide to the issues

Tools to stay up-to-date with the candidates and issues:

November legislative opponents

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