November 29, 2022

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Midterm Elections in Michigan | The governor’s race is heating up

Midterm Elections in Michigan |  The governor's race is heating up

The governor’s race narrowed dramatically in Michigan, with just five percentage points separating Republican candidate and newcomer to active politics Tudor Dixon (43.3%) from incumbent Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer (48.6%).

Posted at 7:00 am

Andre Duchesne

Andre Duchesne
Press

A compilation of statistics from recent polls is provided by a specialized site called Real Clear Politics. By August 14, 2022, Mme Whitmer had 17 points. It rose to 9% by the end of August and remained stable until mid-October.

“Barack Obama plans to campaign for Democrats in Georgia and Wisconsin. We’re announcing he’s adding Michigan,” Raoul-Dandurand Chair Associate Researcher Raphael Jacob said on Twitter, adding that Ms.me Whitmer was “more than half melted”.

On October 16, in an interview Press, Professor Matthew Grossman of Michigan State University pointed out that Gretchen Whitmer focused her campaign primarily on the fact that her opponent was anti-abortion. The gap narrowed between the two candidates who ran in Grand Rapids on Oct. 13.

With real clear politics and Michigan Chronicle

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