Indians lost in Michigan Primary

Indians contesting in Primary election in Michigan lost the races.
Shri Thanedar, who spent his own money for campaign for governor of Michigan, got only 17.7 percent of the vote, (192,610 votes) coming in third in the three-candidate race. Gretchen Whitmer won with 52.1 percent of the votes, or 567,237 votes. Abdul El-Sayed finished second (30.3 percent; 329,937 votes).
Whitmer will face Republican Bill Schuette in the general election.
Suneel Gupta and Lokesh Kumar were seeking seats in the U.S. Congress, while Anuja Rajendra and Padma Kuppa were vying for state-level seats.
Sunel Gupta lost in the race for the U.S. House seat in the 11th District. He was in the third place with 21 percent of the votes, 19,594
Lokesh Kumar, a Republican, in the 8th Congressional District election, received 6,250 votes for 7.7 percent.
In the 18th Legislative District for Michigan’s state Senate, Anuja Rajendra finished third with 26.3 percent of the vote.

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