Democratic primary elections for all 110 districts in the Michigan House of Representatives took place on Aug. 2, 2022. Of the 110 districts up for election in 2022, 53 had a Democratic primary election with more than one candidate.
Across all contested Democratic primary elections, candidates raised $3.4 million. Incumbents raised an average of $60,047 per candidate and challengers raised an average of $17,454 per candidate.
The table below details the five Democratic primary elections with the most fundraising in the House of Representatives. Winning candidates’ names are in bold.
|District 103||$243,409||Daire Rendon (R)||Betsy Coffia and Michael Brodsky|
|District 20||$223,546||Matt Koleszar (D)||Noah Arbit, Ken Ferguson, and James Sklar|
|District 48||$192,713||David Martin (R)||Jennifer Conlin and Martin L. Cousineau|
|District 81||$159,308||Gary Eisen (R)||Rachel Hood and Emily Lombard|
|District 38||$150,827||Kelly Breen (D)||Joey Andrews and Annie Brown|
The officeholders above are listed for the current districts they hold. However, this is a redistricting year, so candidates have been identified below as incumbents even if they are running in a different district than they currently hold.
Betsy Coffia raised $186,113 and Michael Brodsky raised $57,296.
Betsy Coffia advanced to the general election with 85 percent of the vote and Michael Brodsky received 15 percent of the vote.
Noah Arbit raised $185,122, Ken Ferguson raised $30,160, and James Sklar raised $8,264.
Noah Arbit advanced to the general election with 47 percent of the vote, Ken Ferguson received 31 percent of the vote, and James Sklar received 22 percent of the vote.
Jennifer Conlin raised $188,178 and Martin L. Cousineau raised $4,535.
Jennifer Conlin advanced to the general election and Martin L. Cousineau withdrew.
Incumbent Rachel Hood raised $159,308 and Emily Lombard raised $0.
Rachel Hood advanced to the general election and Emily Lombard withdrew.
Joey Andrews raised $98,320 and Annie Brown raised $52,507.
Joey Andrews advanced to the general election with 54 percent of the vote and Annie Brown received 46 percent of the vote.
The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Michigan PACs submitted to the Michigan Secretary of State. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.
|Report Name||Report Due Date|
|2022 April (PACs)||4/25/2022|
|2022 July (PACs)||7/25/2022|