United States House of Representatives elections in Michigan, 2006

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The 2006 congressional elections in Michigan was held on November 4, 2006 to determine who would represent the state of Michigan in the United States House of Representatives. Michigan had fifteen seats in the House, apportioned according to the 2000 United States Census. Representatives are elected for two-year terms. All fifteen incumbents ran for re-election, and all of them got re-elected except Joe Schwarz, who lost his primary.

Overview[edit]

United States House of Representatives elections in Michigan, 2006[1]
PartyVotesPercentageSeats BeforeSeats After+/–
Democratic1,923,48552.7%66-
Republican1,624,86544.6%99-
Libertarian45,4351.2%00-
Green25,0470.7%00-
U.S. Taxpayers23,1020.6%00-
Independent4,4920.1%00-
Total3,646,426100.00%1515

Match-up summary[edit]

DistrictIncumbent2006 ResultDemocraticRepublicanLibertarianGreenConstitutionOther
1Bart StupakRe-electedBart StupakDon HooperKen ProctorDavid NewlandJosh Warren
2Pete HoekstraRe-electedKimon KotosPete HoekstraSteven Van TilRonald Graeser
3Vern EhlersRe-electedJames RinckVern EhlersJeff SteinportRoger Gurk
4David Lee CampRe-electedMike HuckleberryDavid Lee CampAllitta HrenJohn Emerick
5Dale KildeeRe-electedDale KildeeEric KlammerSteve SamoranskiKen Mathenia
6Fred UptonRe-electedKim ClarkFred UptonKen Howe
7Joe SchwarzLost primarySharon RenierTim WalbergRobert HutchinsonDavid Horn
8Mike RogersRe-electedJim MarcinkowskiMike RogersDick GachAaron Stuttman
9Joe KnollenbergRe-electedNancy SkinnerJoe KnollenbergAdam GoodmanMatthew Abel
10Candice MillerRe-electedRobert DenisonCandice MillerMark ByrneCandace CavenyF Gualdoni
11Thad McCotterRe-electedTony TrupianoThad McCotterJohn TatarCharles Tackett
12Sander M. LevinRe-electedSander M. LevinRandell ShaferAndy LecureauxArt MyattLes TownsendJerome White (I)
13Carolyn Cheeks KilpatrickRe-elected unopposedCarolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick
14John ConyersRe-electedJohn ConyersChad Miles
15John DingellRe-electedJohn DingellGreg StempfleAimee SmithRobert Czak

District 1[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Bart Stupak won re-election to an eighth term.

General election results[2]
PartyCandidateVotes%
DemocraticBart Stupak (incumbent)180,44869%
RepublicanDon Hooper72,75331%
ConstitutionJosh Warren2,2781%
GreenDavid Newland2,2521%
LibertarianKen Proctor2,1961%

District 2[edit]

Incumbent Republican Pete Hoekstra won re-election to an eighth term.

General election results[3]
RepublicanPete Hoekstra (incumbent)182,87966%
DemocraticKimon Kotos86,80332%
ConstitutionRonald Graeser2,7211%
LibertarianSteven Van Til2,7161%
PartyCandidateVotes%

District 3[edit]

Incumbent Republican Vern Ehlers won re-election to an eighth term.

General election results[4]
PartyCandidateVotes%
RepublicanVern Ehlers (incumbent)171,18263%
DemocraticJames Rinck93,85035%
LibertarianJeff Steinport3,7021%
GreenRoger Gurk2,5931%

District 4[edit]

Incumbent Republican David Lee Camp won re-election to a ninth term.

General election results[5]
PartyCandidateVotes%
RepublicanDave Camp (incumbent)160,76760%
DemocraticMike Huckleberry100,67938%
ConstitutionJohn Emerick2,0071%
LibertarianAllitta Hrren1,9401%

District 5[edit]

Incumbent Democratic Dale Kildee won re-election to a thirteenth term.

General election results[5]
PartyCandidateVotes%
DemocraticDale Kildee (incumbent)176,14473%
RepublicanEric Klammer60,95725%
GreenKen Mathenia2,2931%
LibertarianSteve Samoranski2,2591%

District 6[edit]

Incumbent Republican Fred Upton won re-election to an eleventh term.

General election results[6]
PartyCandidateVotes%
RepublicanFred Upton (incumbent)142,01561%
DemocraticKim Clarke88,97638%
LibertarianKen Howe3,4801%

District 7[edit]

Republican Tim Walberg defeated the incumbent in the primary, and won the general election.

General election results[7]
PartyCandidateVotes%
RepublicanTim Walberg122,64051%
DemocraticSharon Renier112,62346%
LibertarianRobert Hutchinson3,7872%
ConstitutionDavid Horn3,6641%

District 8[edit]

Incumbent Republican Mike Rogers won re-election to a fourth term.

General election results[5]
PartyCandidateVotes%
RepublicanMike Rogers (incumbent)156,41455%
DemocraticJim Marcinkowski121,57643%
LibertarianDick Gach2,7561%
GreenAaron Stuttman2,3491%

District 9[edit]

Incumbent Republican Bart Stupak won re-election to an eighth term.

General election results[8]
PartyCandidateVotes%
RepublicanJoe Knollenberg (incumbent)142,27952%
DemocraticNancy Skinner127,65146%
LibertarianAdam Goodman3,6981%
GreenMatthew Abel2,4661%

District 10[edit]

Incumbent Republican Candice Miller won re-election to a third term.

General election results[9]
PartyCandidateVotes%
RepublicanCandice Miller (incumbent)178,84366%
DemocraticRobert Denison84,57431%
LibertarianMark Byrne2,8671%
GreenCandace Caveny1,8951%
ConstitutionF Gualdoni1,8941%

District 11[edit]

Incumbent Republican Thad McCotter won re-election to a third term.

General election results[10]
PartyCandidateVotes%
RepublicanThad McCotter (incumbent)145,29254%
DemocraticTony Trupiano115,10643%
LibertarianJohn Tatar4,3802%
ConstitutionCharles Tackett3,5521%

District 12[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Sander Levin won re-election to a thirteenth term.

General election results[11]
PartyCandidateVotes%
DemocraticSander Levin (incumbent)168,50170%
RepublicanRandall Shafer62,68826%
LibertarianAndy Lecureaux3,2591%
ConstitutionLes Townsend2,0761%
IndependentJerome White1,8631%
GreenArt Myatt1,7351%

District 13[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick won re-election, unopposed, to a sixth term.

District 14[edit]

Incumbent Democrat John Conyers won re-election to an X term.

General election results[12]
PartyCandidateVotes%
DemocraticJohn Conyers (incumbent)156,92885%
RepublicanChad Miles72,75315.34%

District 15[edit]

Incumbent Democrat John Dingell won re-election to a twenty-seventh term.

General election results[13]
PartyCandidateVotes%
DemocraticJohn Dingell (incumbent)179,40188%
GreenAimee Smith9,3795%
LibertarianGreg Stempfle8,3674%
ConstitutionRobert Czak6,9173%

References[edit]

  1. ^ Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives
  2. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 1st District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  3. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 2nd District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  4. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 3rd District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
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  6. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 6th District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  7. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 7th District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  8. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 9th District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position Files In OAKLAND County". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  9. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 10th District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  10. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 11th District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  11. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 12th District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  12. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 14th District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position Files In WAYNE County". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22. 
  13. ^ "2006 Official Michigan General Election Results - 15th District Representative in Congress 2 Year Term (1) Position". Miboecfr.nicusa.com. Retrieved 2010-11-22.