Close Race for U.S. Senate Seat After Levin’s Retirement
Michigan’s Senior U.S. Senator, Carl Levin, retiring.
MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – It appears Michigan voters will take their time in deciding who the clear front runners will be in next year’s U.S. Senate race in Michigan.
One of the two senate seats in Michigan is being made vacant with the retirement of Senator Carl Levin. A new statewide poll shows Democratic National Committeewoman Debbie Dingell with a slight lead over U.S. Congressman Gary Peters for the Democratic nomination, however, it’s only a 30-25 lead, which is within the margin of error. Also, 45 percent were undecided.
Among Republicans, US Congressmen Mike Rogers and Justin Amash, along with Ronna Romney McDaniel (Mitt Romney’s niece) are in a virtual three-way dead heat, with 21 percent, 19 percent and 18 percent respectively.
The poll was conducted by East Lansing-based Mitchell Research. The Democratic poll has a margin of error of plus or minus five percentage points.
The Republican poll’s margin of error was plus or minus 4.7 percent.
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