We’re now less than two weeks from primary election day, and as always, in some districts, the primary determines the winner. But with redistricting, we’re moving into very new political territory.
For the last several election cycles, voters have been extremely engaged. They are just as dialed in for the 2022 midterms.
Some Michigan districts, including Detroit, now involve many more suburban voters. For example, the new 13th district is made up of parts of the old 13th, the 12th and the now extinct 14th.
Watch the story in the video player above to learn more about redistricting and how it will affect the primary elections.