Michigan Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

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There are 83 counties in the U.S. state of Michigan. The boundaries of these counties have not changed substantially since 1897. However, throughout the 19th century, the state legislature frequently adjusted county boundaries. County creation was intended to fulfill the goal of establishing government over unorganized territory, but a more important goal was encouraging settlement by surveying the land and dividing it into salable sections.

Michigan Presidential Election Result By County state district party

County FIPS Code[8] County seat Created Origin Population Area
Alcona County 1 Harrisville 1840 (boundaries declared) From unorganized territory. Was named Negwegon County until 1843. 10,942 1,791 sq mi
Alger County 3 Munising 1885 From part of Schoolcraft County. 9,601 5,049 sq mi
Allegan County 5 Allegan 1831 (boundaries declared) From part of Barry County and unorganized territory. 1,11,408 1,833 sq mi
Alpena County 7 Alpena 1840 (boundaries declared) From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Was named Anamickee County until 1843. 29,598 1,695 sq mi
Antrim County 9 Bellaire 1840 From part of Mackinac County. Was named Meegisee County until 1843. 23,598 602 sq mi
Arenac County 11 Standish 1831 From unorganized territory. Annexed to Bay County in 1857 and reinstated in 1883. 15,899 681 sq mi
Baraga County 13 L'Anse 1875 From part of Houghton County. 8,860 1,069 sq mi
Barry County 15 Hastings 1829 From unorganized territory. 59,173 577 sq mi
Bay County 17 Bay City 1857 From parts of Arenac County, Midland County and Saginaw County. 1,07,771 631 sq mi
Benzie County 19 Beulah 1863 From part of Leelenau County. 17,525 860 sq mi
Berrien County 21 St. Joseph 1829 From unorganized territory. 1,56,813 1,581 sq mi
Branch County 23 Coldwater 1829 From unorganized territory. 45,248 519 sq mi
Calhoun County 25 Marshall 1829 From unorganized territory. 1,36,146 718 sq mi
Cass County 27 Cassopolis 1829 From unorganized territory. 52,293 508 sq mi
Charlevoix County 29 Charlevoix 1869 From parts of Antrim County, Emmet County and Otsego County. 25,949 1,391 sq mi
Cheboygan County 31 Cheboygan 1840 From part of Mackinac County. 26,152 885 sq mi
Chippewa County 33 Sault Ste. Marie 1827 From part of Mackinac County. 38,520 2,698 sq mi
Clare County 35 Harrison 1840 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Was named Kaykakee County until 1843. 30,926 575 sq mi
Clinton County 37 St. Johns 1831 From unorganized territory. 75,382 575 sq mi
Crawford County 39 Grayling 1840 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Was named Shawano County until 1843. 14,074 563 sq mi
Delta County 41 Escanaba 1843 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. 37,069 1,992 sq mi
Dickinson County 43 Iron Mountain 1891 From parts of Iron County, Marquette County and Menominee County. 26,168 777 sq mi
Eaton County 45 Charlotte 1829 From unorganized territory. 1,07,759 579 sq mi
Emmet County 47 Petoskey 1840 From part of Mackinac County. Was named Tonegadana County until 1843. 32,694 882 sq mi
Genesee County 49 Flint 1835 From parts of Lapeer County, Saginaw County and Shiawassee County. 4,25,790 649 sq mi
Gladwin County 51 Gladwin 1831 From unorganized territory. 25,692 516 sq mi
Gogebic County 53 Bessemer 1887 From part of Ontonagon County. 16,427 1,476 sq mi
Grand Traverse County 55 Traverse City 1851 From part of Omeena County. 86,986 601 sq mi
Gratiot County 57 Ithaca 1831 From unorganized territory. 42,476 572 sq mi
Hillsdale County 59 Hillsdale 1829 From unorganized territory. 46,688 607 sq mi
Houghton County 61 Houghton 1845 From parts of Marquette County and Ontonagon County. 36,628 1,502 sq mi
Huron County 63 Bad Axe 1840 From part of Sanilac County. 33,118 2,136 sq mi
Ingham County 65 Mason 1829 (boundaries declared) From parts of Shiawassee County, Washtenaw County and unorganized territory. 2,80,895 561 sq mi
Ionia County 67 Ionia 1831 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. 63,905 580 sq mi
Iosco County 69 Tawas City 1840 From unorganized territory. Was named Kanotin County until 1843. 25,887 1,891 sq mi
Iron County 71 Crystal Falls 1885 From parts of Marquette County and Menominee County. 11,817 1,211 sq mi
Isabella County 73 Mt. Pleasant 1831 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. 70,311 578 sq mi
Jackson County 75 Jackson 1829 (boundaries declared) From part of Washtenaw County and unorganized territory. 1,60,248 724 sq mi
Kalamazoo County 77 Kalamazoo 1829 From unorganized territory. 2,50,331 580 sq mi
Kalkaska County 79 Kalkaska 1840 From part of Mackinac County. Was named Wabassee County until 1843. 17,153 571 sq mi
Kent County 81 Grand Rapids 1831 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. 6,02,622 872 sq mi
Keweenaw County 83 Eagle River 1861 From part of Houghton County. 2,156 5,966 sq mi
Lake County 85 Baldwin 1840 From part of Mackinac County. Was named Aischum County until 1843. 11,539 575 sq mi
Lapeer County 87 Lapeer 1822 From parts of Oakland County and St. Clair County. 88,319 663 sq mi
Leelanau County 89 Suttons Bay Township 1840 From part of Mackinac County. 21,708 2,532 sq mi
Lenawee County 91 Adrian 1822 From part of Monroe County. 99,892 761 sq mi
Livingston County 93 Howell 1833 (boundaries declared) From parts of Shiawassee County and Washtenaw County. 1,80,967 585 sq mi
Luce County 95 Newberry 1887 From parts of Chippewa County and Mackinac County. 6,631 1,912 sq mi
Mackinac County 97 St. Ignace 1818 From part of Wayne County. Was named Michilimackinac County until 1837. 11,113 2,101 sq mi
Macomb County 99 Mt. Clemens 1818 From part of Wayne County. 8,40,978 570 sq mi
Manistee County 101 Manistee 1840 From part of Mackinac County. 24,733 1,281 sq mi
Marquette County 103 Marquette 1843 From parts of Chippewa County and Mackinac County. 67,077 3,425 sq mi
Mason County 105 Ludington 1840 From part of Mackinac County. Was named Notipekago County until 1843. 28,705 1,242 sq mi
Mecosta County 107 Big Rapids 1840 From parts of Mackinac County and Oceana County. 42,798 571 sq mi
Menominee County 109 Menominee 1861 From part of Delta County. Was named Bleeker County until 1863. 24,029 1,338 sq mi
Midland County 111 Midland 1831 From part of Saginaw County and unorganized territory. 83,629 528 sq mi
Missaukee County 113 Lake City 1840 From part of Mackinac County. 14,849 574 sq mi
Monroe County 115 Monroe 1817 From part of Wayne County. 1,52,021 680 sq mi
Montcalm County 117 Stanton 1831 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. 63,342 721 sq mi
Montmorency County 119 Atlanta 1840 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Was named Cheonoquet County until 1843. 9,765 562 sq mi
Muskegon County 121 Muskegon 1859 From parts of Oceana County and Ottawa County. 1,72,188 1,459 sq mi
Newaygo County 123 White Cloud 1840 From parts of Mackinac County and Oceana County. 48,460 861 sq mi
Oakland County 125 Pontiac 1819 (boundaries declared) From part of Macomb County. 12,02,362 908 sq mi
Oceana County 127 Hart 1831 From part of Mackinac County. 26,570 1,307 sq mi
Ogemaw County 129 West Branch 1840 From unorganized territory. Annexed to Iosco County in 1867 and reinstated in 1873. 21,699 575 sq mi
Ontonagon County 131 Ontonagon 1843 From parts of Chippewa County and Mackinac County. 6,780 3,741 sq mi
Osceola County 133 Reed City 1840 From part of Mackinac County. Was named Unwattin County until 1843. 23,528 573 sq mi
Oscoda County 135 Mio 1840 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. 8,640 572 sq mi
Otsego County 137 Gaylord 1840 From part of Mackinac County. Was named Okkudo County until 1843. 24,164 526 sq mi
Ottawa County 139 Grand Haven 1831 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. 2,63,801 1,632 sq mi
Presque Isle County 141 Rogers City 1840 From part of Mackinac County. 13,376 2,573 sq mi
Roscommon County 143 Roscommon 1840 From part of Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Was named Mikenauk County until 1843. 24,449 580 sq mi
Saginaw County 145 Saginaw 1822 From part of Oakland County. 2,00,169 816 sq mi
St. Clair County 147 Port Huron 1820 From part of Macomb County. 1,63,040 837 sq mi
St. Joseph County 149 Centreville 1829 From unorganized territory. 61,295 521 sq mi
Sanilac County 151 Sandusky 1822 From part of St. Clair County. 43,114 1,590 sq mi
Schoolcraft County 153 Manistique 1843 From parts of Chippewa County and Mackinac County. 8,485 1,884 sq mi
Shiawassee County 155 Corunna 1822 From parts of Oakland County and St. Clair County. 70,648 541 sq mi
Tuscola County 157 Caro 1840 From part of Sanilac County. 55,729 914 sq mi
Van Buren County 159 Paw Paw 1829 From unorganized territory. 76,258 1,090 sq mi
Washtenaw County 161 Ann Arbor 1822 (boundaries declared) From parts of Oakland County and Wayne County 3,44,791 723 sq mi
Wayne County 163 Detroit 1815 All lands within Michigan Territory that had been ceded by Native Americans through the 1807 Treaty of Detroit. 18,20,584 672 sq mi
Wexford County 165 Cadillac 1840 From part of Mackinac County. Was named Kautawaubet County until 1843. 32,735 576 sq mi
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