Michigan attorney general race between Nessel, DePerno too close to call


It's too early to say who will be Michigan's next attorney general, but the race between Democratic 

incumbent Dana Nessel and Republican challenger Matthew DePerno remains very close. 

As of 1 a.m. Wednesday with 62.4% of ballots tallied, Nessel had 1,545,000 votes while DePerno had 1,441,000 votes. That put Nessel up 50.5%  

to DePerno's 47.1%. Third-party candidate Joseph McHugh, a Libertarian, had almost 50,000 votes at the same time,  

an amount that might prove pivotal in what's expected to remain a competitive race.