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Michigan
Michigan population map
Date of statehood:
26 January 1837
Capital: Lansing
Population: 9,895,622 (2013 est.)
Number of US Representatives: 14
Number of Electoral votes: 16
State Legislature
 State Senate size
 State House size
Legislature
 38
 110
State officials
 Governor
 US Senators
 

 Rick Snyder
 Carl Levin
 Debbie Stabenow
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2014 ElectionsEdit

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.

StatewideEdit

The 2014 primary elections include:

Governor of MichiganEdit

U.S. SenatorEdit

U.S. RepresentativesEdit

State SenatorsEdit

State RepresentativesEdit

Incumbents are listed below under Michigan's Government Structures.

Oakland CountyEdit

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

From Wikipedia:

Federal GovernmentEdit

U.S. SenateEdit

Like all states, Michigan has 2 seats in the Senate. Elections are every six years, but offset. See Senate Class and Wikipedia:Senate Class

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)
  1. Dan Benishek (Rep)
  2. Bill Huizenga (Rep)
  3. Justin Amash (Rep)
  4. Dave Camp (Rep)
  5. Dan Kildee (Dem)
  6. Fred Upton (Rep)
  7. Tim Walberg (Rep)
  8. Mike Rogers (Rep)
  9. Sander Levin (Dem)
  10. Candice S. Miller (Rep)
  11. Kerry Bentivolio (Rep)
  12. John Dingell, Jr. (Dem)
  13. John Conyers (Dem)
  14. Gary Peters (Dem)

State GovernmentEdit

Executive BranchEdit

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. [1] There is a two term limit [2], though the current incumbents are each in their first term.

Legislative BranchEdit

State SenateEdit

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. [3]
District - Incumbent (Party)

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State HouseEdit

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. [4]
District - Incumbent (Party)

  1. 1
  2. 2


Ballot InitiativesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article V, Section 21
  2. Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article V, Section 30
  3. Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article IV, Section 2
  4. Michigan Constitution of 1963, Article IV, Section 3

Other U.S. LocationsEdit


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