Crawford Shows Lead in Michigan House Race
Although both candidates ran uncontested for their parties in the primary, Hugh Crawford shows a lead over Chuck Tindall for November.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to show how each candidate did along party lines. View the corrected version here.
Republican candidate Hugh Crawford was favored by voters in the primary election Tuesday to represent the 38th District in the Michigan House of Representatives.
Crawford, the incumbent, is running against Democratic candidate Chuck Tindall in the November election. Both men ran uncontested in the primary election Tuesday, but Crawford got more votes.
Unofficial results from the Oakland County Clerk show that Crawford got 7,026 votes to Tindall's 3,616 with all precincts reporting.
The winner of the seat to represent Novi and part of Northville for a two-year term will be decided on Nov. 6.
Correction: A line was removed about Crawford receiving 66 percent of the votes because voters were only allowed to vote for one party.