Final unofficial election returns from Oak Park show 58 percent of voters supporting a ballot proposal to let restaurants sell hard liquor and mixed alcohol drinks.
Here are some questions, answers and everything else you need to know before Tuesday’s election.
More than half of Michigan’s major roads will be in poor condition within a decade if nothing’s done, up from 38 percent in 2014 and 23 percent in 2006.
Just how much more taxes people pay would vary and depend on family incomes, future fuel prices and consumer choices: what they buy, how much they drive, the type and age of their car.
Michigan is one step closer to having a state-wide vote to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
Not all of the $1.2 billion-plus influx would go to roads and bridges immediately. Much of the new tax revenue would instead be used to pay down debt.
A new poll shows that Michigan’s road funding and sales tax proposal is in some trouble ahead of the May 5 primary.
Voters will decide whether they want to increase the state sales tax and raise $1.3 billion a year more for transportation infrastructure.
The measure would allow residents 21 and older to legally possess or transfer up to an ounce of marijuana on private property.
The millages would renew both police and fire funding, while possibly adding additional personnel.