150,000 in Michigan Voted for President But Not for Senate – Much Higher than Similar States

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Nearly 150,000 people in Michigan – 149,790 to be exact – voted in the presidential election this year, but not in the state’s senate election, a number much higher than in similar states.

In Oregon, for example, 36,805 more people cast their ballot for a presidential candidate than a senatorial candidate.

In South Carolina, the difference was only 1,331 votes.

Democrat Joe Biden currently leads in Michigan by 145,935 votes.

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