With the two candidates for House District 33 running uncontested for their respective party's nominations in the August primary, the focus now turns to Nov. 6, when voters will choose one to serve in the Michigan House of Representatives until 2014.
Incumbent Republican Ken Goike received 6,928 votes Tuesday to Democrat Martha O'Kray's 3,514, with all 38 precincts reporting. Both Goike and O'Kray won their party's nominations and will battle for the House seat in November.
Goike won his first term in November 2010, with 66.5 percent of the District 33 vote.
District 33 serves Macomb, Armada, Lenox, Richmond and Ray townships.
Results are unofficial until confirmed by the Macomb County clerk.