michigan elections

Tim Kiska: Romney Campaign Picking Up MomentumWhat had been a 15 percent Rick Santorum advantage has dropped to 4 percentage points.
Tim Kiska: Santorum Leads Romney In Latest Statewide PollsA new survey this weekend by Public Policy Polling gives Rick Santorum a 39 percent-24 percent edge in Michigan's February 28 presidential primary.
Tim Kiska: Conyers Getting Some HelpCongressman John Conyers has received an endorsement from President Barack Obama.
Tim Kiska: Why Nobody Knows Nothin'Romney was thought to be an easy victor in Michigan's upcoming presidential primary. That was then. This is now.
Tim Kiska: Following Money In The 14th Congressional DistrictGary Peters is outpacing Hansen Clarke nearly two-to-one in the fundraising department.
Tim Kiska: Michigan's Primary May Mean Something After AllNewt Gingrich’s victory in South Carolina changes the game, and Michigan’s February 28 primary is looking increasingly important.
Tim Kiska: The President Traveling To Michigan, TV Ads BeginThe president's campaign is buying TV ads here in Michigan, just after attack ads by Americans For Prosperity hit the airwaves.
Tim Kiska: Is Michigan's Feb. 28 Presidential Primary Relevant?If Mitt Romney wins South Carolina, Michigan could be a very big deal. Other than that...
Tim Kiska: The Tea Party Redefining ItselfUntil now, Michigan’s various Tea Party groups have more or less done their own thing. But there’s a move afoot to unite as one big family.
Tim Kiska: Setting the Table In Politics For A DecadeA federal court in Detroit will hear a lawsuit challenging new legislative district lines. We'll live with the decision for the next 10 years.
Tim Kiska: Following The Money In Politics -- Clark Durant's CashDurant picked up money from House Speaker John Boehner and made a haul in the Grosse Pointes.
Tim Kiska: Stupak On How Money Is Wrecking WashingtonIf you’re wondering why Washington D.C. has turned into an unfriendly, ugly, take-no-prisoners place, former Congressman Bart Stupak has a theory about how it got that way.