Voters will fill two of the seven seats on the Michigan Supreme Court in November. There are seven candidates and the top two will receive eight-year terms.
The seats are currently held by Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack, who is running for re-election after completing her first term, and by Justice Stephen Markman, who cannot run again because Michigan law prohibits judicial candidates who are over the age of 70.
Candidates are listed as nonpartisan on the ballot, but political parties do select nominees. The court currently has a 4-3 conservative majority, but that could change depending on the outcome of the election.