Michigan Democratic Party
|Michigan Democratic Party|
|Senate leader||Jim Ananich|
|House leader||Tim Greimel|
|National affiliation||Democratic Party|
|Seats in the Upper House|
|Seats in the Lower House|
|Politics of the United States
The Michigan Democratic Party controls none of the four statewide offices and holds a minority of seats in the Michigan House of Representatives and Michigan Senate. They hold both of Michigan's U.S. Senate seats, five of the state's 14 U.S. House seats, and majorities on the State Board of Education and the elected governing boards of the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Wayne State University.
Members of Congress
- Dan Kildee, 5th District
- Sander Levin, 9th District
- Deborah Dingell, 12th District
- John Conyers, 13th District
- Brenda Lawrence, 14th District
- The Michigan Senate has a Democratic minority of 11 seats with Jim Ananich currently serving as Democratic Senate Leader
- The Michigan House has a Democratic minority of 47 seats with Tim Greimel currently serving as Democratic House Leader
- Gautz, Chris (February 23, 2013). "Longtime chair Mark Brewer is out; state Dems elect Lon Johnson". Crain's Detroit Business. Associated Press. Retrieved February 23, 2013.
- Gray, Kathleen (February 23, 2013). "Mark Brewer exits race for party chair after tense day at Michigan Democratic convention". Detroit Free Press. Retrieved February 23, 2013.
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