Novi Republican Chase Turner was about 700 primary votes shy in 2018 of ousting GOP incumbent Kathy Crawford (R-Novi) from the state's 38th House District seat. Crawford, who is term-limited in 2020, went on to win the election by just 588 votes over Democratic challenger Kelly Breen. Turner, who served as field director for former 11th District Republican congressional candidate Lena Epstein, describes himself as a "pro-Second Amendment advocate who has no problems associating with President Trump" according to Michigan's Independent Source of News & Information (MIRS). At 24-years-old, Turner would be older than Jewell Jones (D-Inkster) who was elected to the House at just 21. As of press-time, Turner is the only Republican running for the 38th District Seat, while Breen and fellow Democrat Megan McAllister are running for the seat in next year's primary election.