General election is on Nov. 06,18.
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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
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.
■ 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.
There is only 1 municipal election in 2018
- Wayne County, Michigan – County executive, county commissioner, and local judgeship.