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26 January 1837
|Population:||9,895,622 (2013 est.)|
|Number of US Representatives:||14|
|Number of Electoral votes:||16|
| State Legislature |
State Senate size
State House size
| State officials|
- April 22, 2014 - Partistan filing deadline
- August 5, 2014 - Primary Election
- November 4, 2014 - General Election
The deadline for registering to vote in the primary has passed. A voter can only vote in one party's primary, though it does not have to be the party under which the voter has registered. Polls are open 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
The 2014 primary elections include:
Governor of MichiganEdit
- Gary Peters (Dem)
- Terry Whitney (Dem)
- Terri Lynn Land (Rep)
- Robert James Fulner (Lib)
- Paul Marineau (Ind)
- Chris Wahmhoff (Ind)
Incumbents are listed below under Michigan's Government Structures.
For Oakland county, other positions include:
- Oakland County Commissioner Districts
- Judge of District Court 46 (nonpartisan)
- Oakland Public Transportation Milage Renewal
Michigan's Government StructuresEdit
- Michigan Senator (Class 1) (2018) - Debbie Stabenow (Dem)
- Michigan Senator (Class 2) (2014) - Carl Levin (Dem)
U.S. House of RepresentativesEdit
Michigan has 14 seats in the House of Representatives, each representative elected by a different part of the state. Elections are every two years.
- District - Incumbent (Party)
Per the Michigan Constitution, each member of the executive branch is elected to a four (4) year term. The current term started in 2002 and ends in 2006.  There is a two term limit , though the current incumbents are each in their first term.
- Governor - Rick Snyder (Rep)
- Attorney General - Bill Schuette (Rep)
- Secretary of State - Ruth Johnson (Rep)
Michigan has 38 seats in its Senate. Each senator is elected to a four (4) year term, at the same time as the Governor. Current term is 2002 to 2006.
District - Incumbent (Party)
Michigan has 110 seats in its House. Each representative is elected to a two (2) year term, in even numbered years. Current term is 2004 to 2006.
District - Incumbent (Party)
- ↑ Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article V, Section 21
- ↑ Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article V, Section 30
- ↑ Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article IV, Section 2
- ↑ Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article IV, Section 3
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