With nearly 85 percent of the statewide vote in, support for Proposal 3, which would enshrine abortion rights in the Michigan Constitution, led 55.5 percent to 44.5 percent.
Democratic AG Dana Nessel prevailed Tuesday over a Republican nominee who threatened to prosecute her and other statewide Democratic leaders if elected.
Detroiters have until 8 p.m. Tuesday to cast a ballot.
The secretary of state candidate sought to reject all absentee ballots in Detroit because of how it counts ballots. The judge calls the effort ‘intolerable.’
Detroiters motivated to support candidates who favor reparations show the impact of racial justice in voting, U-M study finds.
One Detroit and reporters from the Detroit Free Press have teamed up for a special one-hour episode dedicated to demystifying our state’s election process.
Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey expects 28% to 33% of all registered voters will cast a ballot on Nov. 8.
Democratic incumbent Jocelyn Benson called a lawsuit arguing Detroit residents should be required to cast their absentee ballots in person “egregious.”
Half of Michigan votes in next week’s election are expected to be cast absentee, but many municipalities aren’t taking advantage of new rules allowing some pre-processing.
‘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.