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Michigan Candidates for Senator



MI Senatorial Candidates 2014 Democrat and Republican

Michigan Senator Candidates
Michigan Senator Candidates


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State Primary: August 5, 2014

Michigan Senatorial Candidates 2014

Gary Peters (D) 
Terry Whitney (D) 
Terri Lynn Land (R) 
Matthew Wiedenhoeft (R) 
Jim Fulner (Libertarian) 

Michigan Candidates for Congress 2014

Michigan Congress Candidates
Michigan Candidates for Congress 2014

District 1:
Dan Benishek (R)
Jerry Cannon (D)
Kevin Glover (D)

District 2:
Bill Huizenga (R)

District 3:
Justin Amash (R)
Brian Ellis (R) 
Mark Jansen (R)
Richard Abbott IV (D)

District 4:
Dave Camp (R)
Peter Konetchy (R) 
Pat Timmons (Green) 

District 5:
Dan Kildee (D)

District 6:
Fred Upton (R)
Jim Bussler (R)
Paul Clements (D) 

District 7:
Tim Walberg (R)
Pam Byrnes (D) 

District 8:
Mike Rogers (R)
Jeremy Burgess (Independent) 

District 9:
Sander Levin (D)
George Brikho (R) 
Greg Dildilian (R) 

District 10:
Candice Miller (R)
Don Volaric (R) 
Chuck Stadler (D) 

District 11:
Kerry Bentivolio (R)
Dave Trott (R) 
Anil Kumar (D)
Bobby McKenzie (D) 
William Rosevelt (D)

District 12:
John Dingell (D)

District 13:
John Conyers Jr. (D)

District 14:
Glenn Anderson (D) 
Hansen Clarke (D) 
Steve Dunwoody (D) 
Kelly Garrett (D) 
Vince Gregory (D) 
Rudy Hobbs (D) 
Bert Johnson (D) 
Brenda Lawrence (D)
Jessica McCall (D) 
Mary Waters (D) 
John Hauler (R) 


United States Senate election in Michigan 2014

Six-term incumbent and Chairman of the Armed Services Committee Democrat Carl Levin was re-elected with 63% of the vote in 2008. He will be 80 years old in 2014. Term-limited Republican State Senator Roger Kahn has said he is considering running.



History of Michigan. Information that every Michigan Election Candidate for Senator Should Know.

The Michigan State Seal

The Great Seal of the State of Michigan depicts the U.S. State's coat of arms on a light blue field. On the dark blue shield the sun rises over a lake and peninsula, a man holding a long gun with a raised hand represents peace and the ability to defend his rights. The elk and moose are symbols of Michigan, while the bald eagle represents the United States.

Michigan State Capital

The first State Capitol, completed in 1828, was known as the Territorial Courthouse until Michigan became a state in 1837. Designed by Obed Wait and constructed of red brick, the Courthouse/Capitol was one of the earliest Greek Revival buildings in Michigan with a fine Ionic portico and a tower which rose to a height of 140 feet. Built at a cost of $24,500, this building served the State Territorial Government and the State legislature from May 5, 1828 to March 17, 1847, when the capital was moved from Detroit to its permanent location in Lansing. The building then became a public school and library until it burned in 1893. Known as Union School, it was, at one time, Detroit's only high school.


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