Brian Calley - Electoral History

Electoral History

Michigan Gubernatorial election, 2010
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Rick Snyder
Brian N. Calley
1,874,834 58.11% +15.81%
Democratic Virg Bernero
Brenda Lawrence
1,287,320 39.90% -16.46%
Libertarian Ken Proctor
Erwin Haas
22,390 0.69% +0.08%
Constitution Stacey Mathia
Chris Levels
20,818 0.65% +0.46%
Green Harley Mikkelson
Lynn Meadows
20,699 0.64% +0.12%
33rd District State Senator - Republican Primary, 2010
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Brian N. Calley 16,881 56.8
Republican Michael Trebesh 12,848 43.2
87th District State Representative, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Brian N. Calley (Incumbent) 29,583 64.1 7.8
Democratic Greg Grieves 14,359 31.1
Constitution Phillip Peter Adams 1,267 2.7
Libertarian Joseph P. Gillotte 975 2.1
87th District State Representative, 2006
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Brian N. Calley 21,527 56.3
Democratic Doug Kalnbach 15,504 40.6
Constitution Walt Herwarth 1,195 3.1

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