The 2022 Primary is held on Tuesday, Aug. 2 in Michigan and the state is taking center stage as Republicans vie to take back to the Governor's office later this fall and many of the state's recently redrawn seats.
Michigan GOP Governor's race
One of the biggest races of the day in Michigan and across the country is who will take on Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
By 9 p.m., it wasn't close as Tudor Dixon jumped out to a commanding lead, one she held on to. By 9:45, the Associated Press had called the race for the Republican, setting up a tough battle between the businesswoman and conservative commentator and Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Michigan's 11th District
In a rare case of incumbent vs. incumbent, Andy Levin and Haley Stevens faced off in the newly drawn 11th district - and Stevens declared herself the winner of the race.
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.
Stevens declared herself the winner around 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday. An hour later, Levin conceded defeat. Just moments later, Stevens was declared the winner and will take on Republican Mark Ambrose in November.
Michigan's 12th District
Is this one Rashida Tlaib's to lose? It seems that way as she's raised millions of dollars in her campaign to win the vote in the predominantly Democratic 12th district.
This new district includes Detroit, Redford, Livonia, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Inkster, Westland, and Garden City in Wayne County. plus Southfield in Oakland County.
Tlaib won with 64 percent of the vote. The 46-year-old Detroiter's closest competitor was Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey with 20 percent.
Lathrup Village Mayor Kelly Garrett (10 percent), and former state representative Shanelle Jackson (5 percent), rounded out the Democrat field. The winner is projected to secure their spot on the ballot where they will be the overwhelming favorite in November.
On the Republican side, Steven Elliott leads with 55 percent of the vote, followed by James Hooper (33 percent), and Hassan Nehme (12) are battling it out for a chance at the vote.
Results will come in after 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
For a more focused breakdown of results of each race, check through our links below: