Women Running in Michigan

Heading into this election cycle, the political preferences of Michigan voters are constantly fluctuating. A state where Donald Trump won by less than 1% of the vote in 2016, Michigan and the rest of the Rust Belt will be decisive in forming our government for the next two-to-four years.

Significance of State

Brenda Lawrence ~ U.S. House, District 14

Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence has been representing Michigan’s 14th district since 2014. This district is solidly Democratic. In November, she faces Republican Robert Vance Patrick.

Debbie Dingell ~ U.S. House, District 12

Congresswoman Dingell has been representing Michigan’s 12th district since 2014. She won the Democratic Party nomination in Aug. In November, she faces Jeff Jones.

Elissa Slotkin ~ U.S. House, District 8

Elissa is a freshman Congresswoman, elected in 2018. She is facing several Republican challengers in her lean/ likely Democratic district. This is considered a battleground election.

Gretchen Driskell ~ U.S. House, District 7

Gretchen is challenging Republican incumbent Tim Walberg in a typically safe Red district.

Haley Stevens ~ U.S. House, District 11

Congresswoman Stevens flipped this seat in in 2018 and is running for reelection in what is now considered a lean Democratic district. This election is seen as a battleground race.

Hillary Scholten ~ U.S. House, District 3

Hillary Scholten faces independent incumbent Justin Amash. This election is considered a toss-up, or tilt Republican.

Kimberly Bizon ~ U.S. House, District 10

Kimberly is vying for an open seat in a safe/solid Republican district.

Rashida Tlaib ~ U.S. House, District 13

Congresswoman Tlaib has been representing her district since 2018. In November, she faces Republican David Dudenhoefer. MI-13 is a solid Democratic district.

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