Who Won Michigan Elections in 2004?
Date:Nov 2, 2004
The incumbents were running In 14 of the 15 Michigan Congressional districts, and all of them won re-election in 2004. The open seat was in Michigan's 7th District and was won by Republican Joe Schwartz.
John Kerry won Michigan's 17 electoral votes.
|1st District||Bart Stupak||DEM||Incumbent||65.6%|
|2nd District||Peter Hoekstra||REP||Incumbent||69.3%|
|3rd District||Vernon Ehlers||REP||Incumbent||66.6%|
|4th District||Dave Camp||REP||Incumbent||64.4%|
|5th District||Dale Kildee||DEM||Incumbent||67.2%|
|6th District||Fred Upton||REP||Incumbent||65.3%|
|7th District||Joe Schwarz||REP||58.4%|
|8th District||Mike J Rogers||REP||Incumbent||61.0%|
|9th District||Joe Knollenberg||REP||Incumbent||58.5%|
|10th District||Candice Miller||REP||Incumbent||68.6%|
|11th District||Thad McCotter||REP||Incumbent||57.0%|
|12th District||Sander Levin||DEM||Incumbent||69.3%|
|13th District||Carolyn Kilpatrick||DEM||Incumbent||78.2%|
|14th District||John Conyers||DEM||Incumbent||83.9%|
|15th District||John Dingell||DEM||Incumbent||70.9%|