Welcome to the BridgeDetroit/Detroit Free Press 2021 Detroit Voter Guide, which offers information about the Nov. 2, Detroit general election. We sent questionnaires to candidates in every primary race. Candidate responses have not been edited for grammar, spelling or accuracy. Detroit voters, enter your address to learn about the candidates that will be on your […]
Other states have ‘unpacked’ districts to make legislatures more competitive without diluting minority voices. Can Michigan?
Detroit Charter Revision Commission says the City’s inadequate funding to inform residents of proposed changes to the City Charter is a form of “voter suppression.”
Approved by voters in 2018, the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Panel faces several hurdles but could take a big step forward Thursday in its quest to reverse gerrymandering.
Here’s a step-by-step guide for Detroiters interested in obtaining a business license to sell recreational marijuana in the city.
For Detroiters who plan to vote in-person on Nov. 3, the Michigan Secretary of State, Attorney General and Detroit officials are prepared for the possibility of voter suppression in Detroit. Here’s what to do if it happens.
Chalkbeat reporter Ethan Bakuli talks to BridgeDetroit’s Bryce Huffman about the issues impacting the Nov. 8 race for the school board in the city’s public school district.
Eighteen people are running for four seats to oversee the Detroit Public Schools Community District.
The candidates for the Detroit school board weigh in on chronic absenteeism, mental health, and enrollment losses.
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