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Hoekstra Beats GOP Challengers, Will Take on Stabenow

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Former United States Congressman Pete Hoekstra has beaten fellow GOP challengers Clark Durant and Randy Hekman. Hoekstra will now take on Debbie Stabenow for her seat in the U.S. Senate in the November general election.

Locally:

  • Genesee County Sheriff Robert J. Pickell won in his re-election bid against challengers Dan Allen and Tim Johnson
  • Current State Representative Joe Graves won his primary challenge.
  • Former state Representative Jim Slezak won in his race against Tom Wassa. Slezak will now take on Dan Kildee in November to fill the Congressional seat held by Dale Kildee.
  • The MTA’s millage renewal was approved by voters.

For more election results, click here.

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