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Tudor Dixon concedes Michigan governor's race

(CBS DETROIT) - Republican challenger Tudor Dixon released a statement Wednesday morning conceding to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

This comes after Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer won a second four-year term

Here is Dixon's full statement: 

"I called Governor Whitmer this morning to concede and wish her well.

"Michigan's future success rests not in elected officials or government, but all of us. It is incumbent upon all of us to help our children read, support law enforcement, and grow our economy.

"Thank you to our volunteers and supporters for working so hard to forge a better Michigan. We came up short, but we will never stop fighting for our families."

The latest results for the midterm elections can be found, here.  

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Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer wins 2nd term

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