The Democratic governor returns to the state Capitol for her annual address. She spoke for less than an hour. Here’s what to know, what obstacles loom and what potential programs cost.
The governor says tolling may be ‘part of the long-term solution’ as fuel tax revenues are expected to decline as the sale of electric vehicles increase.
Lawmakers say tolls are an option, and a new feasibility study to state officials says it’s plausible. But political blowback might be fierce.
Democrats sweep statewide races, flip a congressional seat and appear to have won control of the Michigan Legislature. They may have Proposal 3 and the fight for abortion rights to thank for driving voter turnout.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer accepts a congratulatory call from President Joe Biden. Votes are still being counted, but the first-term Democrat has an insurmountable lead.
Democratic incumbent Jocelyn Benson called a lawsuit arguing Detroit residents should be required to cast their absentee ballots in person “egregious.”
‘Tuning out is not an option,’ the former president says, attempting to enthuse Democrats in the state’s largest city before the Nov. 8 election.
The Democrat in 2020 said she supported the ‘spirit’ of the ‘defund the police’ movement. One month before she’s up for re-election, she is touting increased police funding.
The owner of an East Lansing election software firm is expected to self-surrender to authorities from Los Angeles County, California, where he’s facing at least one felony charge for a potential breach of poll worker data.
Results are still trickling in from some parts of the state, but here’s what we know: It was a good night for Tudor Dixon and many other Trump-aligned candidates, while fears about reduced minority representation may have materialized.