Republican Annette Glenn won the 98th District House seat in Michigan over Democrat Sarah Schulz.
In Midland County, Glenn earned 15,147 votes to Schulz's 14,577 with all precincts reporting. In Bay County, Glenn had 5,062 votes to 4,052 for Schulz with 49 of 52 precincts reporting in that county.
The 98th District spans the Bay County townships of Beaver, Fraser, Garfield, Gibson, Mount Forest, Pinconning and Williams. It also covers Homer, Jerome, Larkin, Lee, Lincoln and Midland townships in Midland County along with the cities of Auburn, Midland and Pinconning.
This is the first time that a woman has been elected to represent the 98th District.
In the 98th District seat, Glenn will replace her husband, Gary Glenn, who lost a primary election race in August for a state Senate seat.