Tim Kiska

Tim Kiska: What Would Coleman Do?The city of Detroit faced big money problems and the possibility of a state takeover in the 1980s. Here's what the late Coleman A. Young did...
Tim Kiska: Michigan And Ohio Primaries By The NumbersA look at Michigan and Ohio shows Romney's problems sealing the deal outside of the big cities.
Robo-Calls, Voter Turnout And Local ResultsPolitical insiders are saying that Romney really needs to win Michigan decisively in order to move forward with any sort of momentum.
Tim Kiska: Romney Campaign Picking Up MomentumWhat had been a 15 percent Rick Santorum advantage has dropped to 4 percentage points.
Tim Kiska: Detroit's Clout -- Or Lack Of -- At The Ballot BoxThe results of 12 of 16 elections statewide would have stayed the same—even without Detroit in the equation.
Tim Kiska: Dale Kildee's Smear By BlogosphereThis has already been a lousy week for journalism.
Tim Kiska: We're Peddling As Fast As We CanOn the afternoon of Eleanor Josaitis’s burial, Detroit Police sent an e-mail blast telling us that 15 people were shot in the city the night before.
Tim Kiska: Following The Money MondayRepublican presidential candidate Mitt Romney soaking up the GOP side political money.
Tim Kiska: Michigan's Aging Congressional DelegationNot to sound indelicate, but figuring the ages of Michigan’s congressional delegation is an exercise in higher math.
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Veteran Detroit TV Anchor Jac LeGoff Dies