GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- The races for three seats on Michigan's Supreme Court appears to be up in the air, according to a new WZZM 13 News poll.
The survey of 600 Michigan voters was conducted this week by the Glengariff Group for WZZM, WDIV-TV and the Detroit Free Press.
In the larger race for two seats, 55% of voters say they are undecided. The two Democrat-endorsed candidates -- Bridget Mary McCormick and Connie Kelley -- have a slight edge over the Republican-endorsed Colleen O'Brien and incumbent Stephen Markman, but the results are within the poll's 4% margin of error.
In the other race for the seat currently held by Brian Zahra, almost 56% of voters say they are undecided. The Republican-endorsed Zahra is holding a slight edge over Sheila Johnson, who has been endorsed by the Michigan Democratic Party.