Michigan's Ban On Straight Party Voting Is ReinstatedA federal appeals court on Wednesday revived Michigan's ban on straight-party voting.
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.
Twin Sisters Are Both Running For Office, But In Opposite PartiesTwin sisters Monica Sparks and Jessica Ann Tyson are so much alike that both running for public office in Michigan.
Posting Ballot Selfies: Personal Choice Or Illegal Act?Laws nationwide are mixed on whether voters can legally take "ballot selfies."
Federal Judge Issues Temporary Freeze On New Election LawThe law stops local officials from distributing information about local ballot proposals 60 days before an election.
Local Officials Sue To Block Law Prohibiting Ballot InfoThe complaint Tuesday against the state alleges the "gag order" law unconstitutionally infringes on free speech rights.
Snyder Signs Law Restricting Information About Ballot IssuesLocal officials said the law will keep voters in the dark about taxes and other important issues
Gov. Snyder Is Pressed To Veto Bill Restricting Ballot Issue InfoOpponents say the measure would keep voters in the dark about taxes and other issues.
Michigan Legislature OKs End Of Straight-Party Voting OptionThe bill includes $5 million for additional voting booths after clerks raised concerns that removing the option would lead to longer waits.
Michigan House Votes To End Straight-Party Voting OptionThe Republican-controlled House passed the legislation Wednesday night, sending the bills to the Senate.
Michigan House Considering Bill To Prevent Straight-Ticket VotingCritics say straight-ticket voting is a relic that encourages voters to pick officeholders solely on party affiliation, not their qualifications.