Two other states went with all GOP. I'm surprised that ME is GOP lead. (Maine has a streak of INDEPENDENCE in them. I doubt you'll ever elect a true CONSERVATIVE, but you can elect republicans.
Michigan is GOP majority since 2010 and is growing more conservative all the time. We crushed two union constitutional amendments on Tuesday, one of which would have effectively given the public sector unions veto power over the state legislature. On Wednesday the legislature passed a law restricting the Department of Environmental quality’s ability to regulate or designate without legislative approval.
I think we’ll see right to work come to Michigan pretty soon. Even a growing number of private sector union members are openly supporting it as a means of keeping their own leadership in check.