County commissioners win legislative nominations
An array of county commissioners found favor with the voters in their bids to become members of the next Michigan Legislature. Among notable races tracked by MAC:
19th House District:
Laura Cox of Wayne County won the Republican nomination easily and will face Stacey Dogonski in the general election.
38th House District:
Kathy Crawford of Oakland County won the Republican nomination and will face Jason Catanzaro in the fall.
44th House District:
Jim Runestad of Oakland County won the GOP nod in a closely watched race and will face Mark Venie in the fall.
56th House District:
Jason Sheppard of Monroe County won the Republican nomination and will face Tom Redmond in the general.
61st House District:
Brandt Iden of Kalamazoo County won the Republican nomination and will face John Fisher in the general election.
62nd House District:
Terris Todd of Calhoun County won a squeaker for the Democratic nomination and will face John Bizon in the general.
63rd House District:
Dave Maturen of Kalamazoo County won the Republican nod in this district that spreads across Kalamazoo and Calhoun counties.
104th House District:
Larry Inman of Grand Traverse County emerged with a narrow victory from an eight-candidate GOP field to advance to the general election.
Tags: Kalamazoo, Oakland County, Wayne County
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