See how your county voted in the governor, U.S. Senate races

'I Voted' sticker, Photo Date: 11/6/2018 / Photo: Ed Clemente / MGN
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MID-MICHIGAN (WJRT) (11/7/2018) - Mid-Michigan's most populous counties followed statewide trends in electing Democrats in the two highest profile races on Tuesday.

Governor-elect Gretchen Whitmer and U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow carried Genesee, Saginaw and Bay counties while Bill Schuette and John James fared well in smaller counties.

Voter turnout in every county topped 50 percent.

Here is a look at vote totals in the two races for counties in Mid-Michigan:

Genesee County
Whitmer 58 percent
Schuette 37 percent
Stabenow 56 percent
James 40 percent
Turnout 51 percent

Saginaw County
Whitmer 52 percent
Schuette 44 percent
Stabenow 50 percent
James 46 percent
Turnout 55 percent

Bay County
Whitmer 49 percent
Schuette 46 percent
Stabenow 48 percent
James 49 percent
Turnout 60 percent

Shiawassee County
Whitmer 46 percent
Schuette 50 percent
Stabenow 43 percent
James 53 percent

Midland County
Whitmer 42 percent
Schuette 54 percent
Stabenow 41 percent
James 56 percent
Turnout 60 percent

Isabella County
Whitmer 51 percent
Schuette 44 percent
Stabenow 49 percent
James 46 percent
Turnout 63 percent

Tuscola County
Whitmer 37 percent
Schuette 60 percent
Stabenow 37 percent
James 61 percent
Turnout 57 percent

Sanilac County
Whitmer 33 percent
Schuette 64 percent
Stabenow 33 percent
James 65 percent
Turnout 57 percent

Huron County
Whitmer 35 percent
Schuette 62 percent
Stabenow 37 percent
James 60 percent

Arenac County
Whitmer 38 percent
Schuette 57 percent
Stabenow 38 percent
James 58 percent
Turnout 57 percent