Michigan House races

From National Review’s Campaign Spot:

MI-1: The Hill puts Republican Dan Benishek ahead by 3 in this open-seat race.

MI-5: There’s not an enormous reason to think Dale Kildee is vulnerable, but he is running attack ads against GOP challenger John Kupiec, suggesting the incumbent doesn’t think he can take this year for granted.

MI-7: The Hill puts Tim Walburg in a tie with incumbent Democrat Mark Schauer.

MI-9: A local poll puts GOP challenger Rocky Raczkowski ahead of Democratic incumbent Gary Peters, 45 percent to 40.7 percent.

MI-15: The Rossman Group puts Rob Steele ahead of Democratic incumbent John Dingell by 4.

Two more weeks.

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3 Comments on “Michigan House races”

  1. RiverRat Says:

    MI-15 one could only hope.

  2. Car in Says:

    Wouldn’t that be awesome, RR?

  3. Hotspur Says:

    Dingellsaur is my rep. I cannot wait to pull that Rob Steele lever.If no other republican unseat a democrat, I will be happy if just this one happens.


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