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Who were some candidates in the 2014 Michigan elections?

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Candidates for the 2014 Michigan gubernatorial election were Republican Rick Snyder, Democrat Mark Schauer, Libertarian Mary Buzuma, and Green Party candidate Paul Homeniuk. Candidates for Secretary of State for the same year were Republican Ruth Johnson, Democrat Godfrey Dillard, Libertarian James Lewis and National Labor Party candidate Jason Robert Gatties.

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The Michigan gubernatorial election went to Rick Snyder, who took 51 percent of the vote. Mark Schauer came in second with 46.8 percent. The Secretary of State election went to Ruth Johnson, who pulled in 1,649,047 votes. Godfrey Dillard came in second with 1,323,004. James Lewis registered 61,112 of the votes.

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