Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is reminding voters of some of the general rules surrounding voter conduct at the polls.
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is encouraging Michigan to view their sample ballot prior to the Nov. 6 general election in order to help shorten lines on Election Day.
A group that monitors elections in Michigan is investigating what went wrong Tuesday when some voters were asked to reaffirm their citizenship at the polls.
The State Board of Canvassers isn’t putting a measure that would repeal Michigan’s sweeping emergency mangers law on the November ballot.
The latest attempt to recall Governor Rick Snyder moves forward, now that the Washtenaw County Election Commission has voted to approve the newest petition language.
Two rival groups want to open a combined 15 new casinos in the state. They hope to ask voters for approval in November, but they first must collect nearly 323,000 voter signatures just to make the ballot.
The group organizing the campaign to recall Governor Rick Snyder says it will not meet this Friday’s deadline to collect the signatures needed to make the November ballot.
A group calling itself “The Tea Party” plans to file an appeal with the Michigan Supreme Court that it hopes will allow its candidates to run in the general election.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has decided a group calling itself “The Tea Party” doesn’t qualify for the Nov. 2 ballot because it didn’t correctly show the party name on petitions.
Several groups that were trying to put proposals on Michigan’s November statewide ballot have failed to meet a key deadline.