Who Won Michigan Elections in 2014?
Incumbent U.S. Senator Carl Levin retired, leaving an open seat which was won by Democrat Gary Peters over Terri Lynn Land.
Incumbent Governor Rick Snyder won re-election with just over 50% of the vote.
There were five open seats in the House for Michigan. Three were taken by Republicans, two by Democrats. One of the seats had been held by new Senator Peters, and was won by fellow Democrat Brenda Lawrence.
Debbie Dingell succeeded her retiring husband, John Dingell, in the 12th District.
|1st District||Dan Benishek||REP||Incumbent||52.1%|
|2nd District||Bill Huizenga||REP||Incumbent||63.6%|
|3rd District||Justin Amash||REP||Incumbent||57.9%|
|4th District||John Moolenaar||REP||56.5%|
|5th District||Dan Kildee||DEM||Incumbent||66.8%|
|6th District||Fred Upton||REP||Incumbent||55.8%|
|7th District||Tim Walberg||REP||Incumbent||53.5%|
|8th District||Mike Bishop||REP||54.8%|
|9th District||Sander Levin||DEM||Incumbent||60.4%|
|10th District||Candice Miller||REP||Incumbent||68.7%|
|11th District||Dave Trott||REP||56.2%|
|12th District||Debbie Dingell||DEM||65.0%|
|13th District||John Conyers||DEM||Incumbent||79.5%|
|14th District||Brenda Lawrence||DEM||77.8%|