LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – In an overwhelming victory, Democrats have emerged triumphant in the pivotal special elections that held Michigan’s political fate in the balance. With wins in both the 13th and 25th House Districts, the party has swiftly reclaimed its majority “trifecta,” signaling a decisive shift in the state’s political landscape.

Democrats win with big victories.

The 13th District, spanning Detroit and Warren, saw Democrat Mai Xiong securing a commanding victory over her Republican counterpart, Ronald Singer, with 65.63% of the vote to Singer’s 34.37% according to unofficial results from the Michigan Secretary of State’s website.

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In a victory statement on Tuesday night, Xiong said, “I’ve cherished the opportunities this state has provided, from receiving a higher education to finding meaningful employment, starting a business, and raising a family. There is still work to be done to ensure that every family has a fair chance to thrive.”

Across in the 25th District, covering all of Wayne, most of Westland and small portions of Dearborn Heights and Canton Township, Democrat Peter Herzberg’s triumph over Republican Josh Powell echoed a similar sentiment of Democratic resurgence after winning with 59.62% of the vote to Powell’s 38.32% according to unofficial results from the Michigan Secretary of State’s website.

Herzberg said in his victory statements on Facebook on Tuesday night, “The new majority gives room for Democrats to move forward several pieces of legislation regarding labor, healthcare and so much more that effects working families.”

Absentee ballots counted for about 60% of Democrat votes in the 25th district.

Results reported by Jonathan Oosting of Bridge Michigan show that Herzberg was only able to get 725 voters to show up on election day to vote for him but got 5,4438 individuals to vote absentee.

Prior to Tuesday night’s triumphs, the Michigan House had been locked in a power stalemate with a 54-54 split after two seats were vacated by former representatives elected as mayors. However, the Democrats now hold a two-seat advantage in the House, enabling them to advance desired legislation.

Democrats now have the numbers to advance their legislation.

From bolstering hate crime legislation to enacting more gun control and abortion initiatives, Democrats now wield the power again to effect more partisan political change.

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House Speaker Joe Tate (D-Detroit) had said earlier in the month, “Being back at full strength means we can continue to do the work that we’re sent here to do for Michigan residents. After these elections…we’ll be able to do that.”

Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (DLCC) President Heather Williams said in a statement about the victories, “With tonight’s wins, Speaker Joe Tate and the Democratic majority can continue Democrats’ important progress in Michigan.”

Biden’s presidential campaign congratulates winners.

Biden-Harris Michigan State Director Ed Duggan also celebrated the results of the special state House elections by saying, “I congratulate representatives-elect Mai Xiong and Peter Herzberg, and look forward to working together to reelect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and fire Donald Trump once and for all.”

The Democrats will have a window of about seven months to enact their progress legislative agenda before the November elections, during which all 110 seats will be contested in the general election.