It's Not Too Late: Absentee Voters Can Vote Again If Favorite Candidate Is OutVoters who used an absentee ballot for Michigan's March 10 presidential primary election can change their preference and vote again.
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.
Michigan Matters: 2020 Focus on Donald Trump, Roads, and GamblingDenise Ilitch, Rocky Raczkowski and Charlie Beckham appeared with Host Carol Cain on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as they dived in on issues that will impact our region in 2020.
Unusual Election Method In Eastpointe Breaks New GroundMary Hall-Rayford wants a seat on the city council in a Detroit suburb. Her election pitch sounds strange.
Trump May Nominate Michigan's John James As UN AmbassadorPresident Donald Trump has mentioned former Michigan GOP Senate candidate John James as a leading contender for the role of US ambassador to the United Nations.
No-Reason Absentee Voting Option Starts In MichiganMichigan voters can start casting an absentee ballot without giving a reason.
Michigan Secretary of State Forms Committee In Election ReformSecretary of State Jocelyn Benson has put together a committee to advise her administration and Michigan's Elections bureau on election reforms.
Newly Elected State Lawmaker Is Hurt After Fight With DriverA newly elected state lawmaker who works as a sheriff's deputy was injured in a fight with a driver after a car chase.
Michigan Voters Consider Colorado-Style Recreational Marijuana BillVoters in Michigan and North Dakota will decide Tuesday whether to legalize recreational marijuana, which would make them the first states in the Midwest to do so and would put conservative neighboring states on notice.
Michigan Matters Exclusive: Whitmer Vs. Schuette - The Candidates Sound Off!Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Gretchen Whitmer and her Republican Challenger Bill Schuette stopped by CBS 62 studios to talk with MICHIGAN MATTERS Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain.
Read: Sworn Declarations In Support Of Christine Blasey FordLawyers for Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, have sent the Senate Judiciary Committee sworn and signed declarations from four people.