Michigan residents will now be automatically registered to vote when they visit the Secretary of State.
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Proposal 3 on the Michigan ballot would create state constitutional changes to the voting process if it passes.
Republican incumbent Mike Bishop faces Democratic challenger Elissa Slotkin in the hotly contested race.
Oct. 25, 2018 on Morning Edition
Incumbent Congresswoman Debbie Dingell takes on a Republican, a Socialist and a Working Class Party candidate in this deeply blue district.
Adam Hollier is the Democratic candidate and Lisa Papas is the Republican vying for the seat.
The Opportunity Atlas uses census data to track social mobility in Detroit and across the United States.