Michigan would hold a March 15 presidential primary in 2016 under bills approved unanimously Thursday by the Senate.
Former Massachusetts Gov. and Michigan native Mitt Romney padded his lead in the race for delegates Tuesday by winning Republican presidential contests in six states.
As the Republican presidential contest descends into 10 states on Super Tuesday, none is more vital for former speaker Newt Gingrich and his prospects than Georgia.
Don’t you think you are driving down the wrong street philosophically when you adopt the same tactic as the aliens from “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”?
Michigan election officials say 16 percent of the state’s registered voters cast ballots in this week’s presidential primary election.
“I think that the world is falling apart … we’re totally bankrupt, the wars are endless … I would say that we have some big problems, more or less worrying about birth control pills,” Ron Paul said.
Election officials expect between 15 percent and 20 percent of the state’s registered voters to cast ballots in Tuesday’s presidential primary election.
City Manager Mark Pollack says they’ve already done all they can to make up for declining property values, including 10-percent wage cuts from every city employee.
“There are schools, I went to one — Penn State — that’s one of the liberal icons,” Rick Santorum said.
Aside from the main course of Romney-Santorum, several metro area communities also have millage issues before voters on this primary day.