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Who’s running for governor?” “What’s with all these ballot proposals?” Ask … and WDET may investigate the answer.

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WDET and the Citizens Research Council are teaming up to answer your questions about the 2018 elections in Michigan.

Questions like:

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Who’s donating to political candidates?

Why are so many people running for governor?

How do I know what the candidates think about issues I care about?

How can I volunteer on a political campaign? What would I do?


Ask us something in the form below, and we’ll see if we can answer it this election season.

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 2018 Elections in Michigan

This post is a part of 2018 Elections in Michigan.

On November 6, Michigan voters will decide who will be the state's new governor, attorney general and secretary of state. Some state House and Senate seats are up for grabs, and numerous initiatives are expected on ballots.

WDET is committed to providing honest, fair, inclusive coverage of Michigan's 2018 elections. Join us now and all the way to the voting booth to be an informed voter.


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