Republican Bill Schuette has been re-elected to a second term as Michigan's attorney general.
Schuette defeated Democrat Mark Totten and other candidates in Tuesday's general election.
The 61-year-old Schuette is a former congressman, state lawmaker and state appeals judge. He has campaigned heavily on being tough on crime.
He has supported funding to process thousands of untested rape evidence kits in Detroit, targeted human trafficking and pushed Michigan lawmakers to pass a school safety program.
Schuette also appealed a federal judge's ruling that Michigan's gay marriage ban is unconstitutional and supported a U.S. Supreme Court decision in April that upheld the state's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.
Totten is a Michigan State University associate law professor and former special U.S. attorney.