In a historic election, Democrats not only retained the office of Michigan Governor, Attorney General and Secretary of State, according to unofficial election results, but also took control of the State Senate and House of Representatives.
As reported in the November 2022 Karoub Report, Democrats won the Senate majority for the first time since 1984, with a 20-18 majority, based on unofficial Nov. 8 election results. Controlled by a Republican majority since 2010, Democrats also flipped control of the House of Representatives with unofficial results of a 56-54 majority.
Three ballot proposals amending the Michigan Constitution have also passed, acccording to preliminary election results.
For more election coverage details, please click here for the November 2022 Karoub Report.