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Despite going earlier in the nominating cycle, Michigan voters, like those in other states, have been left with few viable options on the ballot.
The Republican Party continues to revolve around the same man it has for most of the past decade — former President Donald Trump.
Michigan’s presidential primary happens Tuesday, Feb. 27 — early in-person voting started Feb. 17.
More than 18,000 people have already taken advantage of the new law that allows nine days of early in-person voting at designated polling places.
Historian, author and fascism expert Ruth Ben-Ghiat breaks down Trump’s speech and how it relates to authoritarianism.
State law allows a minimum of 9 days of early voting. Local clerks are taking steps to ensure it goes smoothly.
Karamo calls the move illegitimate and says she remains chair — an argument that may eventually have to be settled in court.
Trump pressed two election officials in Wayne County not to certify 2020 vote totals, according to a recording of a post-election phone call disclosed by The Detroit News.
Democrats currently hold a two-seat majority in the state House, and two of those representatives are running for mayor in their own districts in metro Detroit.
Voters will decide on mayoral races, city council seats, millage rate renewals, ranked choice voting proposal and more on Nov. 7.
Residents in Oakland County will decide a county-wide opt-in for SMART bus services when they head to the polls November 8.
Democratic incumbent Dan Kildee is running for re-election against Republican challenger Paul Junge.
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