Michigan State Senate Districts
Michigan State House Districts
Michigan Election Information
All 138 districts in the House are up for election in November 2018 for 2 year terms. x districts were won by Clinton in 2016 and are currently occupied by a Republican (only x will have incumbents). x districts were lost by Clinton but won by a Democrat. x state senate districts are up for reelection. (x were won by Clinton but occupied by a Republican).
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Sea-Level Rise in MICHIGAN
Scientists predict that sea level will rise nearly 7 feet by the year 2100 if no action is taken to address climate change. By that time, 90 coastal communities in Florida will experience chronic inundation, which means that 10% or more of a community’s land area will be flooded by high tides an average of 26 times annually (every other week). The area affected will be much greater than 10% in most of those communities, and some will virtually disappear under water.
Renewable Energy in Michigan
While the Sunshine State is home to balmy beaches and sunny skies, its state of renewable energy production and consumption is dismal. Controlled by the Republican Party in the House and Senate for over 20 years, Democratic initiatives to launch energy-saving measures that would capitalize on the state’s natural solar and renewable resources have been overruled by the GOP, the same party funded by the utility companies.
Medicaid Expansion in MIchigan
Expanding Medicaid in Florida will improve the health of adults, children, veterans, and the working poor, it will help fight the opioid crisis which kills 14 people a day in Florida. Expanding Medicaid is good for the Florida economy and will return federal dollars to the Sunshine State that taxpayers in Florida paid into the system.
Our Featured Candidates
We are supporting candidates where we can make a big difference and help flip seats blue in State Houses and Senates.
Democrats make up nearly 50% in this heavily-gerrymandered state but have little representation in state government. Only 40% in the Senate and 33% in the House. It's time to turn the state Blue!
Democrats make up 49.8% of the electorate but are not represented in this heavily-gerrymandered and voter- suppressed state. The Dems only have 43% of the Senate and only 29% of the Senate! With all the term limits, it's time to turn this state back to BLUE!
Hillary carried Minnesota by 1.4% in the General Election after losing to Sanders in the Democratic primary 62% to 38%. Elections in November 2018 are for all 134 members of the State House. Democrats need to flip 11 seats to regain control. Hillary won 12 of the districts in 2016 that are currently occupied by a nervous Republican. The State Senate is not up for reelection in November 2018.