Judge Who Gave Light Sentence In Brock Turner Case Removed By VotersVoters recalled a California judge over a sexual assault sentence that garnered national attention.
Michigan Group Turns in Petitions for $12 Minimum WageThe prospect of a $12-an-hour minimum wage by 2022 for all Michigan workers, including tipped servers, could be put to a popular vote this fall.
Katy Perry Wants You To Know She Votes Naked [VIDEO]Will this video make you want to vote?
Michigan Primary Election 2016: Key Information, Voting HoursIt's Michigan's turn to influence the presidential race.
“Fix or Flat” Proposal 1 News Special Tuesday, April 14WWJ Midday Anchor Jackie Paige hosts on-air news special April 14th on the upcoming Proposal 1 Vote.
Special Election Approaches For Public Safety Millages In PlymouthThe millages would renew both police and fire funding, while possibly adding additional personnel.
Draft Released Of Wording For May Road Funding ProposalMichigan's elections director has released proposed wording of a road funding ballot proposal asking voters if they want to increase the state sales tax.
New Michigan Legislature's Early Agenda Depends On May Vote"The May 5 ballot proposal on roads is going to be the lens through which everything gets done in the first six months."
Guide: What's At Stake In Michigan ElectionsUnlike 2010, when the outsider venture capitalist rolled to an 18-point victory, Snyder faces a tougher challenge from seasoned campaigner Mark Schauer, the Democratic nominee.
Politicians Make Their Way Through The State To Get Your VoteAll the campaign rhetoric comes to a head Tuesday--as Michigan voters head to the polls for Election Day.
Gov. Snyder: 'You've Never Heard Me Blame Anyone For Anything — I Don’t Fight With People'Just five weeks away from Election Day, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder visited the campus of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo on Monday night.
Condition Of Roads An Issue In Michigan Governor's Race Both Mark Schauer and incumbent Rick Snyder know the major political obstacles to dedicating $1.2 to $2 billion more a year to roads and bridges in Michigan.