The minor-party filing deadline for the Michigan State Senate Districts 8 and 28 special elections is on Aug. 4.
The major party primary is scheduled for Aug. 3, and the general election is scheduled for Nov. 2.
In District 8, seven Republicans and two Democrats will compete in the Aug. 3 primaries. For District 28, there are two Democrats and three Republicans competing.
The District 8 special election was called after Peter Lucido (R) was elected Macomb County Prosecutor. The District 28 special election was called after Peter MacGregor (R) was elected Kent County Treasurer.
As of August 2, the Michigan State Senate is composed of 16 Democrats and 20 Republicans. Michigan has had a divided government since 2019. A divided government occurs when different parties control the state senate, state house, and governorship. There are currently 12 states with divided governments.
- Michigan State Senate – History of partisan control
- State government trifectas
- Michigan State Senate District 8
- Michigan State Senate District 28