Michigan Democrats regain full control of state government for first time in 40 years

In Tuesday’s special election in Michigan, Democrats won both House seats on the line, reclaiming control of the Michigan House. 

Both candidates who won, Mai Xiong of the 13th District and Peter Herzberg of the 25th District, were in areas that heavily favored Democrats. Democrats are now in control of both chambers of the state legislature as well as the office of the governor, giving them control of the entire state’s government. 

“I am incredibly humbled for the overwhelming support of the voters of the 13th House District, who have chosen me to represent our community as the next State Representative,” Xiong said on X. “Michigan holds a special place in my heart, as it has been a beacon of hope for me and my family. I’ve cherished the opportunities this state has provided,
Read more…

Please follow and like us: