The race for secretary of state became a referendum on the 2020 presidential election, which the incumbent Democrat Benson oversaw.
Michigan Congress: Hillary Scholten, Elissa Slotkin win; Dan Kildee, John James lead
In early results, it remains uncertain which party will control Michigan’s congressional delegation.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel defeats Trump pick Matthew DePerno
Democratic AG Dana Nessel prevailed Tuesday over a Republican nominee who threatened to prosecute her and other statewide Democratic leaders if elected.
Kristina Karamo wants to invalidate mail-in ballots – but only in Detroit
Democratic incumbent Jocelyn Benson called a lawsuit arguing Detroit residents should be required to cast their absentee ballots in person “egregious.”
Michigan absentee ballots mailed this week for Nov. 8 election: What to know
What to know about how to register to vote, when to request absentee ballots and more in Michigan.
Michigan’s existing abortion ban is unconstitutional, judge rules
Court of Claims Judge Elizabeth Gleicher issued an opinion Wednesday permanently barring enforcement of Michigan’s long-dormant abortion ban, although appeals are expected.
Judge: Michigan abortion ban ‘dangerous,’ old law unenforceable amid suits
An Oakland County judge issued a preliminary injunction Friday blocking enforcement of a decades-old abortion ban while legal challenges are pending in Michigan.
Losses by Black candidates revive fears about Michigan redistricting
The new districts have survived court challenges. But some Black Democrats say they ‘screwed things up’ and will hurt voters, particularly in Detroit.
Michigan primary takeaways: Big night for Trump, bad night for Black Democrats
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.
Jocelyn Benson warns of arrests if Michigan primary disrupted
Benson said election officials around the state are prepared for the possibility of disruptions and said the department will continue to combat misinformation about the legitimacy of the 2020 election results that former President Donald Trump has claimed were fraudulent.