Some Michigan Voters Are Still Waiting For Absentee BallotsWith less than two weeks to go before Election Day, many voters around the country have still not received their mail-in ballots.
Early Voting Is Underway In Michigan's Presidential Primary: What To KnowThe 45-day window to cast absentee ballots began Saturday. And unlike in the past, people can vote early for any reason.
Election Day 2019: Here's What Michigan Voters Need To KnowTuesday, Nov. 5 is Election Day. Here's what you need to know about casting your vote in Michigan.
Ballot Group, GOP Leaders Discuss Lengthening Term LimitsA ballot group that helped overhaul Michigan's redistricting process has discussed lengthening legislative term limits with Republicans who control the Legislature.
2-Plus Years Later, Lawsuit Over Ballot Selfies Not OverEager to snap and post an online photo of your Michigan ballot in the Nov. 6 election? Think again. A legal dispute over photos in polling places still hasn't reached the finish line, more than two years later.
Michigan Bureau Says Voting Initiatives Have Enough SignaturesThe Michigan Bureau of Elections says a group has collected enough valid voter signatures to put a voting initiative on the November ballot.
Michigan Democrats Hope Pot Measure Brings Out Youth VoteA proposal to legalize marijuana will be on Michigan's November ballot, putting the state on the cusp of allowing recreational use of the drug for those 21 and older.
Court Denies Conyers III's Ballot RequestJohn Conyers III has failed in another attempt to get his name on the ballot for the Congressional seat held by his father.
Recreational Marijuana Officially on November Ballot in MichiganMichigan voters will decide whether to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
Michigan Republicans Could Vote to Legalize Recreational Marijuana Next WeekWorried that Michigan voters might legalize recreational marijuana this fall, some Republican lawmakers think they have a way to apply the brakes.
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.