Huizenga, Upton, Walberg re-elected

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Bill Huizenga, Fred Upton and Tim Walberg were re-elected to the US Congress Tuesday.

Huizenga represents the 2nd District in Michigan, Upton represents the 6th and Walberg represents the 7th. All are Republicans.

In a statement, Upton said, "Tonight I am heartened to have the vote of confidence of the folks in southwest Michigan. The voters have spoken and I pledge in good faith to fulfill the wishes of the vast majority of Americans who want us, regardless of party affiliation, to work together to solve the problems facing our country."

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