Michigan's November 2, 2004 General Election
-All incumbents won-
|1st District||Incumbent Bart Stupak (D) - Deteriorating voting recod.|
|2nd District||Incumbent Pete Hoekstra (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|3rd District||**Incumbent Vern Ehlers (R) - NO! 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|4th District||Incumbent Dave Camp (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|5th District||Incumbent Dale Kildee (D) - NO! 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|6th District||Incumbent Fred Upton (R) - NO! 78% Animal Extremist Voter|
|7th District Open Seat||Joe Schwarz (R) -NO! Funded & Endorsed by HumaneUSA PAC - Won|
|8th District||Incumbent Mike Rogers (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|9th District||Incumbent Joe Knollenberg (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|10th District||Incumbent Candice Miller (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|11th District||Incumbent Thaddeus McCotter (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|12th District||Incumbent Sander Levin (D) - NO! 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|13th District||Incumbent Carolyn Kilpatrick (D) - NO! 89% Animal Extremist Voter|
|14th District||Incumbent John Conyers (D) - NO! 67% Animal Extremist Voter|
|15th District||Incumbent John Dingell (D) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
Humanitarians for Environmental & Animal Laws (HEAL) PAC
funded and endorsed Lansing House legislators, through July 25, 2004.
Glenn Anderson (D-18)*
Diane Byrum (D-67)*
Hoon-Yung Hopgood (D-22)*
Kathleen Law (D-23)*
Alexander Lipsley (D-60)*
Andy Meisner (D-27)*
Lisa Wojno (D-28)*
Heartiest praise for term-limited Rep. Susan Tabor (R-Eaton County), who incurred the
HumaneUSA PAC's condemnation for her pro-active support of sportsmen and animal owners.
U.S. House members voting against hunters and state game departments are shown in italics.
** Denotes professed sportsmen supporters.