Then the court got involved Thursday and ordered the state not to retabulate the ballots. This means the city, county, state — and now the courts — are in the thick of what could become one of the most pivotal elections in Detroit history.
The Board of State Canvassers will meet next week to go over about 18,000 uncounted write-in ballots from Detroit’s Aug. 6 mayoral primary.
A number of Detroit billboards are urging voters to go to the polls — on the wrong day!
It’s time to make your voices heard: Tuesday is Election Day across metro Detroit.
Michigan consistently leads the country in the number of elected officials facing recall, but major changes to its recall rules could change that.
The Secretary of State is reminding Michigan residents that they have until Monday, July 8 to register in order to vote in the Aug. 6 election.
A day after ending his bid for mayor of Detroit, former Detroit Medical Center CEO Mike Duggan is being mentioned as a possible candidate for governor of Michigan.
The four leading candidates for Mayor of Detroit squared off Thursday night in another debate, this time on Mackinac Island as part of the annual Detroit Chamber of Commerce Policy Conference.
Detroit’s next mayor will inherit a city low on cash and an office low on power, yet nearly two dozen candidates are seeking the job anyway.
Russell says if Bing decides to run for County Executive, he would face challenges because many of the same people who do not support him as mayor would also not support him as county executive.