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For thousands of Michigan voters, the primary election is already over. Close to 30 percent of everyone who is going to vote in the primary elections will do so with an absentee ballot, an increase from the roughly 22 percent who did so in 2002, according to Mark Grebner of Practical Political Consultants. Grebner talks about the rise of absentee voting and how that is impacting political campaigns. He also goes into his process of polling on statewide ballot questions.
Here's Why Absentee Voting Is On The Rise
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Can a campaign blunder be determined by a single letter of the alphabet? Will President Donald Trump nominate a Michigander for the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday?
Mickey Lolich's fantastic book about his career and the 1968 World Champion Detroit Tigers/Interview with state Senate Majority Leader Milke Kowall (R-White Lake), a candidate for the GOP nomination in the 11th Congressional District.
SNYDER'S JUDICIAL LEGACY UP FOR GRABS
No matter what Republicans have thought about President Donald Trump's overall performance in office ...
The Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority announced this morning the selection of private public partner Bridging North America as the construction manager of the new bridge.
Officials disclosed that the new bridge would be 853 meters in length and a cable-stay design with towers that will rival the height of the Detroit Renaissance Center. To date, the Michigan Department of Transportation has purchase roughly 90 percent of the 60 parcels it has to acquire as part of the project.
Greetings Michigan Library Community,
Each year, roughly 40 million Americans, or about 14% of the U.S. population, move at least once. Much of that movement includes younger people relocating within cities, but it is trends of Americans moving to warmer climates, more affordable areas, and better job opportunities that have largely determined migration patterns in recent decades.
Because of those long-term patterns, as well as the recent period of economic recovery, cities in some parts of the country have lost tens of thousands of residents.