Federal Judge Issues Temporary Freeze On New Election LawThe law stops local officials from distributing information about local ballot proposals 60 days before an election.
Local Officials Sue To Block Law Prohibiting Ballot InfoThe complaint Tuesday against the state alleges the "gag order" law unconstitutionally infringes on free speech rights.
Snyder Signs Law Restricting Information About Ballot IssuesLocal officials said the law will keep voters in the dark about taxes and other important issues
Gov. Snyder Is Pressed To Veto Bill Restricting Ballot Issue InfoOpponents say the measure would keep voters in the dark about taxes and other issues.
De La Fuente Qualifies For Michigan Presidential PrimaryA fourth Democratic presidential candidate will appear on Michigan's March 8 primary ballot.
Michigan Legislature OKs End Of Straight-Party Voting OptionThe bill includes $5 million for additional voting booths after clerks raised concerns that removing the option would lead to longer waits.
Election Results For Wayne, Oakland And Macomb CountiesKeego Harbor has become latest city to legalize the use of marijuana.
Man Arrested After Southfield Mayoral Candidate's Yard Sign Is VandalizedPolice say the man, a Southfield resident, was seen by officers about 1 a.m. Friday vandalizing a sign promoting a candidate in the city's upcoming mayoral election.
'Giggles The Pig' Write-In Effort Ends In Flint Mayor's RaceA lawyer who wanted to enter his pet pig into the Flint mayoral race is calling off the effort.
Clerk: 58 Percent Of Oak Park Voters OK Mixed Alcohol SalesFinal 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.
Ballot Measure To Hike Taxes For Road Work: Everything You Need To Know About Prop 1Here are some questions, answers and everything else you need to know before Tuesday's election.
May Election Tests Pothole Angst Vs. Will To Raise TaxesMore 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.