A Consumer Guide to the Michigan Candidates for Governor
Michigan lawmakers must disclose communications with outside groups and some internal documents subpoenaed by attorneys in a case alleging Republicans “gerrymandered” political boundaries created in 2012, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
Political candidates who lose big won't be able to seek a recount under a new law signed by Gov. Rick Snyder, shutting down the possibility of another aftermath like the one instigated by Green Party candidate Jill Stein after the 2016 presidential election.
Matt Morgan, the sole Democrat who filed to run for Michigan’s 1st Congressional District could be left off of the Aug. 7 primary ballot due to a problem with the petitions submitted to the state in support of his candidacy.
Hours after Democratic gubernatorial candidate Shri Thanedar asked the Secretary of State if rival Abdul El-Sayed qualifies to make the August primary ballot, El-Sayed returned with questions on Thanedar's nomin
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Shri Thanedar filed an official challenge to fellow candidate Abdul El-Sayed being put on the 2018 ballot due to questions over whether he was a "registered el
A federal judge is asking Gov. Rick Snyder to explain why a special election to fill the seat held by U.S. Rep. John Conyers Jr. can't be held sooner.
The Michigan Democratic Party was fined $8,600 by the Federal Election Commission last month as a result of excessive contributions and sloppy record keeping during the 2015-16 election cycle.