Michigan was part of the infamous "blue wall" for Hillary Clinton that crumbled in 2016 to hand President Trump the White House. The state had voted for Democrats in six consecutive presidential elections and supported President Obama in 2012 by 9 points before going for Trump by just over 10,000 votes. Trying to piggyback off that success, Republicans are targeting Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D) with Army combat veteran John James. While Democrats are more confident now about Stabenow's chances than they were a year ago, they know they can't take anything for granted. Democrats are increasingly optimistic they can flip Michigan's governorship, currently held by term-limited Gov. Rick Snyder (R). Former Democratic state Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer faces Republican state Attorney General Bill Schuette for the top job. Several Republican House seats could also be in play, especially the 11th District, in the Detroit suburbs, and the 8th, in the Lansing area.
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