Michigan's Fred Upton will head back to Washington for a 12th term.
The Republican will continue to represent the Sixth District after grabbing roughly 60% of the vote.
Upton's competitor, Kalamazoo City Commissioner Don Cooney, received an estimated 38% of the vote.
We talked with Upton Tuesday morning, and he spoke about the difficulty of being a Republican during this year's elections.
"It's been a long campaign trail -- we had a good opponent. It's a tough year to be a Republican, that's for sure," Upton said. "We're a diverse district, diverse western side of the state, and I think we can pull resources back together and move forward."