Got an Election Question?

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WDET and the Citizens Research Council are teaming up to answer your questions about elections in Michigan. Questions like …

Who’s donating to political candidates in my town?

Why are so many Oakland County mayoral races uncontested?

How much do Detroit City Council candidates raise for their campaigns?

Citizens Research Council of Michigan

I thought it was “innocent until proven guilty.” What’s up with the Keego Harbor and Lathrup Village ballot proposals for a law requiring criminal conviction before a person’s assets are seized?

Ask us something in the form below, and we’ll be in touch with an answer before November’s election. A reporter may call you and make you part of the story.

Click here for all of WDET election coverage this year.



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This post is a part of 2017 Local Elections: How’s metro Detroit doing?.

This series includes WDET's coverage of candidates' in local elections -- including Detroit's mayoral, clerk and council races.

This post is a part of How's Detroit Doing?.

With voices, data, news, and experiences, WDET is answering the question "How's Detroit Doing?" Find a collection of responses at If you have a question about how Detroit's doing, ask it here.

Support for WDET's work with The Detroit Journalism Cooperative comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Renaissance Journalism’s Michigan Reporting Initiative and the Ford Foundation.



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