Michigan Elections

for 2018

General election is on Nov. 06,18.

Check if you’re registered to vote at Michigan Voter Registration Center.

Register to vote by downloading the voter registration form at Get the form.

Get your sample ballot at Sample Ballot Lookup.

There is NO Early Voting in Michigan

Voters registration deadline is:

  • In-Person: 30 days before Election Day.
  • By Mail: 30 days before Election Day.
  • Online: N/A

Federal Level

President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018

Senator: The Democratic candidate running for the senate is Debbie Stabenow.

US Congress: There are 14 candidates in the US House of Representatives, one from each of the state’s 14 congressional districts. The Democratic candidates are:

District 1: No Dem; District 2:Rob Davidson; District 3:Cathy Albro; District 4:Jerry Hilliard; District 5:Dan Kildee (I); District 6:Matt Longjohn; District 7:Gretchen Driskel; District 8:Elissa Slotkin; District 9: Andy Levin; District 10: Kimberly Bizon; District 11: Haley Stevens; District 12:Debbie Dingell (I); District 13: Brenda Jones; District 14:Brenda Lawrence (I);

State Level

State Executive Level

Governor: The Democratic candidate running for Governor is Gretchen Whitmer

Lt. Governor: The Democratic candidate running for Governor is

Atty. General: The Democratic candidate running for Governor is Dana Nessel

Sec. of State: The Democratic candidate running for Sec. of State is Jocelyn Benson

State Congressional Level

State senate All 38 Senate seats are up for election in 2018. Michigan state senators serve 4 year terms, with all seats up for election every four years.

District 1:Stephanie Chang; District 2:Adam Hollier; District 3:Sylvia Santana; District 4:Marshall Bullock; District 5:Betty Jean Alexander; District 6:Erika Geiss; District 7:Dayna Polehanki; District 8:Paul Francis; District 9:Paul Wojno; District 10:Henry Yanez; District 11:Jeremy Moss; District 12:Rosemary Bayer; District 13:Mallory McMorrow; District 14:Renee Watson; District 15:Julia Pulver; District 16:Val Cochran Toops; District 17:Bill LaVoy; District 18: No Dem; District 19:Jason Noble; District 20:Sean McCann; District 21:Ian Haight; District 22:Adam Dreher; District 23:Curtis Hertel (i); District 24:Kelly Rossman-McKinney; District 25:Debbie Bourgois; District 26:Garnet Lewis; District 27:Jim Ananich (i); District 28:Craig Beach; District 29:Winnie Brinks; District 30:Jeanette Schipper; District 31:Cynthia Luczak; District 32:Phil Phelps; District 33:Mark Bignell; District 34:Poppy Sias-Hernandez; District 35:Mike Taillard; District 36:Joe Weir; District 37:Jim Page; District 38:Scott Dianda. District 38:

State House of Representatives: delegate seats are up for (re)election.

All 110 House seats are up for election in 2018. Michigan state representatives serve 2 year terms, with all seats up for election every two years. Please vote for the Democratic candidate that will represent your district.

Supreme Court

■ Megan Cavanagh (endorsed by the Michigan Democratic Party on April 15, 2018)
■ Samuel Bagenstos (endorsed by the Michigan Democratic Party on April 15, 2018)

School board elections:

2018 Michigan School Board Elections
District Primary Election General Election Runoff Election Regular term length Seats up for election Total board seats 2015-16 enrollment
Ann Arbor Public Schools N/A 11/6/2018 N/A 4 4 7 17,233
Dearborn Public Schools N/A 11/6/2018 N/A 4 2 7 19,819
Detroit Public Schools Community District N/A 11/6/2018 N/A 4 2 11 46,616

There are NO county elections in 2018.

Municipal Level:

There is only 1 municipal election in 2018