2022 Michigan House Election Interactive Map

All US House seats to be contested in 2022

Redistricting: Loss of one seat. Toggle between Consensus and Current to see how the map has changed.

After the 2020 election, Michigan's 14 congressional districts were evenly split between the two major parties. The new map maintains a signficiant number of competitive seats. However, the combination of boundary shifts and the loss of a district is setting up two primaries between incumbents.

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District Incumbent Party Since Term Predictions Margin of Victory
Consensus House(a) President(b)
MI-3 Peter Meijer
2021 1st
N/A 8.6%
MI-4 Bill Huizenga | Fred Upton
N/A 4.0%
MI-7 Elissa Slotkin
2019 2nd
N/A 0.9%
MI-8 Daniel Kildee
2013 5th
N/A 2.1%
N/A 0.7%
MI-1 Jack Bergman
2017 3rd
N/A 20.6%
MI-2 John Moolenaar
2015 4th
N/A 28.9%
MI-5 Tim Walberg
2011 6th
N/A 24.6%
MI-6 Debbie Dingell
2015 4th
N/A 27.2%
MI-9 Lisa McClain
2021 1st
N/A 30.0%
MI-11 Andy Levin | Haley Stevens
N/A 20.1%
MI-12 Rashida Tlaib
2019 2nd
N/A 49.1%
MI-13 Brenda Lawrence
2015 4th
N/A 50.6%
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2022.

(a)Source: Cook Political Report, 270toWin research. N/A for new district boundaries. In most cases, the margin is the difference between the Democratic and Republican nominee in the November 3, 2020 general election.
* Uncontested | + No major party opposition | ^ Both nominees from same party | x All-party primary
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President Margin is the percentage difference between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in 2020:
(b) Source: Daily Kos (when available) or Politico; based on 2022 House district boundaries
(c) Source: