The dust has cleared in an unusual race following Michigan's redrawn congressional lines featuring incumbent Democrat vs. incumbent Democrat in the 2022 Primary as Andy Levin and Haley Stevens battled it out.
Just before 11 p.m., the Associated Press called the race for Stevens, with 60 percent against Levin's 39 percent with 67 percent of the votes counted.
The state of Michigan lost one district following the 2020 Census as the state's population growth was lower than in other states. Brenda Lawrence represented the state's 14th district, which was cut after the redrawing of lines and census results.
On the GOP side, Mark Ambrose was declared the projected winner with 69 percent to Matthew DenOtter's 30 percent.
The result of the new lines merged part of Levin's original district, which was the 9th, and part of Stevens' district, which was the 11th district. Now both are running for the 11th district.
The cities include Farmington Hills, Farmington, Wixom, Walled Lake, Commerce Township, Waterford, Bloomfield, West Bloomfield, Bloomfield Township, Bloomfield Hills, Pontiac, White Lake, Auburn Hills, Clawson, Birmingham, Troy, Royal Oak, Oak Park, Berkley, Pleasant Ridge, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Madison Heights, and Hunting Woods.
When the results come in, you can see how Michigan voted in the embed below:
Of course, there are more major races to watch on Primary Day in Michigan.