Wednesday, August 6, 2014 article on Congressional primary victories

Debbie Dingell won an easy victory to earn the Democratic nomination for her husband's seat in Congress.
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Dingell, Walberg cruise to easy primary victories
Tuesday night, an incumbent and the wife of a retiring incumbent cruised to victory in their respective party's primaries.

Debbie Dingell defeated Raymond Mullins for the Democratic nomination to succeed her husband John in the Twelfth Congressional District, which includes Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and surrounding areas of eastern Washtenaw County as well as western and southern Wayne County.

Tim Walberg fended off challenger Douglas North for the Republican nomination in the Seventh Congressional District, which encompasses western and northern Washtenaw County along with a wide swath of southern Michigan extending from Monroe County to Branch County, as well as the counties of Jackson and Eaton.
Details and statements from the candidates at the links.

I thought these would be blowouts, and they were.

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