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Tag: District 39
By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
It's generally considered so that the pre-election balance of power in the Michigan State House was 63 R / 47 D. According to the Detroit News (among other sources) our post-election balance in that same legislative body is now 59 R / 51 D, for a four-seat pickup by the Michigan Dems. But as I was scrounging through the district-by-district results, I noticed something strange.
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