Michigan Court Rules Trump's Election Lawsuit Unlikely To Succeed On MeritsThe Michigan Court of Claims ruled Thursday that a lawsuit filed by the Trump campaign against Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was unlikely to succeed on the merits and denied a request by plaintiffs for immediate relief to stop the counting of ballots.
2020 Election Results: Biden Wins Michigan, Sen. Gary Peters Wins ReelectionHere you can find updates and live election results.
McCormack Ahead In Court Race; Battle On For 2nd SeatChief Justice Bridget McCormack was leading the pack Wednesday in a seven-candidate race for two seats on the Michigan Supreme Court.
Harmony: Opposing Trump And Biden Groups Make Music TogetherMichigan Secretary of State Jocelyn tweeted details of the exchange, calling it a “hopeful story for today.”
A Look At In-Person Voting, Michigan S.O.S Talks Detroit TurnoutDuring Benson's stop she announced that 3.1 million people voted absentee in the state as of Tuesday morning but that number is expected to soar during exit counts.
Michigan: Election Tools, Deadlines, Dates, Rules, And LinksHere’s everything you need to know about Michigan’s deadlines, dates and rules.
Peters Reports Raising $7.4M In 2 Weeks In Senate RaceDemocratic Sen. Gary Peters of Michigan said Thursday that his campaign raised $7.4 million in the first two weeks of October, about half of what was collected in the previous three months.
National Census Day: Here Are 10 Reasons Why It's ImportantState and local officials also use census counts to draw boundaries for congressional, state legislative and school districts.
The Olympic Games That Never HappenedThe Olympic games were canceled altogether because of World War I (1916) and World War II (1940 and 1944).
Rep. Justin Amash Considers Presidential Run As Libertarian CandidateA former Republican-turned-Independent is thinking of entering the presidential race as a third-party candidate.
Dates, Deadlines You Need To Know For 2020 Elections In MichiganHere's your guide to the elections and deadlines you need to know about to take part in the various elections happening in Michigan in 2020.