State of Michigan Senate District 17

Michigan‘s 17th Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. The 17th district was created by the 1850 Michigan Constitution, as the 1835 constitution only permitted a maximum of eight senate districts.[2][3] It has been represented by Republican Jonathan Lindsey since 2023, succeeding fellow Republican Dale Zorn.[4][5]

District 17 encompasses all of Branch, Cass, and St. Joseph counties, as well as parts of Berrien, Calhoun, Hillsdale, and Jackson counties.[6]

Source of information and map above: Wikipedia page about Michigan’s 17th Senate district:’s_17th_Senate_district

Calhoun County Information

Albion and the eastern part of  Calhoun County are part of District 17. 

The map below shows Calhoun County Michigan and how it is split btween District 17 and District 18.

Source – Calhoun County Clerk and Election information page

State of Michigan Information

The Michigan Senate consists of 38 members who are elected by the qualified electors of districts having approximately 212,400 to 263,500 residents. Senators are elected at the same time as the governor and serve 4-year terms concurrent with the governor’s term of office. Terms for senators begin on January 1, following the November general election.


Official Michigan Senate page:

Michigan State Senator information:

Source of the map above – Ballotpedia see link next.

Demographics of Michigan 17th district: