August 4, 2021 •
Michigan State Senate Special Primary Results
Two special primaries were held yesterday to determine who would be on the ballot for the Nov. 2 special election to fill two vacant state senate seats.
For Michigan State Senate District 8, Democrat Martin Genter and Republican Douglas Wozniak won their respective special primary elections to fill the seat vacated by Sen. Pete Lucido.
They advance to the Nov. 2 special election with Andrew Kamal, who is running as an independent.
For Michigan State Senate District 28, Democrat Keith Courtade and Republican state Rep. Mark Huizenga won their respective special primary elections to fill the seat vacated by Sen. Peter MacGregor.
Republicans currently have a 20-16 majority in the Michigan State Senate.
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