MI Senate Candidates for Michigan Senator Election Race

 

 

Michigan Senator Candidates

Michigan Senate Race for Election 2014


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State Primary: August 7, 2014

Michigan Senate Candidates - Announced, Potential, and Rumored Senatorial Candidates:

Republican and Democrat Candidates for Michigan Senate Primary Election

Michigan Senatorial Candidates 2014

U.S. SENATOR:

Gary Peters (D)
Terri Lynn Land (R)
Chris Wahmhoff (Green)
Jim Fulner (Libertarian)
Richard Matkin (USTP)

MI Michigan Candidates for Congress 2014

District 1:
Dan Benishek (R)
Jerry Cannon (D) 
Ellis Boal (Green)
Loel Gnadt (Libertarian)

District 2:
Bill Huizenga (R)
Dean Vanderstelt (D)
Kipp Welch (Libertarian)
Ron Graeser (USTP)

District 3:
Justin Amash (R)
Bob Goodrich (D)
Tonya Duncan (Green)

District 4:
John Moolenaar (R)
Jeff Holmes (D)
Will Tyler White (Libertarian)
George Zimmer (USTP) 

District 5:
Dan Kildee (D)
Allen Hardwich (R)
Hal Jones (Libertarian)

District 6:
Fred Upton (R)
Paul Clements (D)
John Lawrence (Green)
Erwin Haas (Libertarian)

District 7:
Tim Walberg (R)
Pam Byrnes (D)
Ken Proctor (Libertarian)
Rick Strawcutter (USTP)
David Swartout (Independent)

District 8:
Mike Bishop (R)
Eric Schertzing (D)
Jim Casha (Green) 
James Weeks (Libertarian) 
Jeremy Burgess (Independent)

District 9:
Sander Levin (D)
George Brikho (R)
John McDermott (Green) 
Greg Creswell (Libertarian)

District 10:
Candice Miller (R)
Chuck Stadler (D)
Harley Mikkelson (Green)

District 11:
Dave Trott (R)
Bobby McKenzie (D)
John Tatar (Libertarian) 

District 12:
Debbie Dingell (D)
Terry Bowman (R)
Bob Dashairya (Libertarian)
Gary Walkowicz (Independent)

District 13:
John Conyers Jr. (D)
Jeff Gorman (R)
Chris Sharer (Libertarian)
Sam Johnson (Independent) 

District 14:
Brenda Lawrence (D)
Christina Conyers (R)
Stephen Boyle (Green)
Leonard Schwartz (Libertarian) 

Christian Voting Guide for Voters 2014

 



History of Michigan. Information that every Michigan Election Candidates for US Senate Should Know:

The Michigan flag was designed by Marie Elizabeth Watkins Oliver and was adopted as the official Michigan State Flag on March 22, 1913; almost 92 years after Michigan became the 24th State to join the union.

The state seal shows a large star which represents the north star, and nineteen smaller stars which mean that Minnesota was the nineteenth state to join the union after the original thirteen. The date of admission, 1858, appears along with 1819, the first settlement, and 1893, the first flag adoption. There is a settler plowing his field, and an Indian riding into the sunset. The words on the flag, "L. Etoile du Nord" are French for "The North Star." The stump with an ax in it, and the pine trees stand for lumbering and the state tree. Framing the seal is the state flower.

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