Incumbent University of Michigan regents retain their seats
The two Republican incumbents fended off challenges to retain their seats on the University of Michigan Board of Regents.
Andrea Fischer Newman was the top vote-getter with 1,095,991. Andrew Richner garnered 1,038,439.
The nearest challenger was Democrat Paul Brown, who has 777,803 votes. Fellow Democrat Greg Stephens, who lost in 2002 by eight votes, received 729,897 votes.
Regents are elected to eight-year terms.