The co-founder of Mobilize Detroit makes our 2021 Hour Detroiters list, a roundup of people who are quietly — and sometimes not so quietly — enriching life across the region
The former Michigan Supreme Court justice makes our 2021 Hour Detroiters list, a roundup of people who are quietly — and sometimes not so quietly — enriching life across the region
He talks with Hour Detroit about how there's still work to do
Jeff Timmer, the former head of Michigan’s GOP, diagnoses the ailments he believes will doom his beloved party
Will Mike Duggan be reelected? Will Gov. Whitmer’s poll numbers stay high? What will become of twice-failed candidate John James? Our panel of pundits takes a crack at forecasting how these and other questions will pan out in the year ahead.
Presidential, senate, and local races: what we know, and what we don’t
The team is encouraging locals to get out and vote
Incumbency times two: a case study in contrasts
Plus, other Michigan researchers explore what words define the 2020 election and the role of party identification
“Hatred, bigotry, and violence have no place in the great state of Michigan,” governor says
Will Rashida Tlaib endorse Biden? Will a third-party candidate spoil anything? Here’s what we’re wondering ahead of Nov. 3.
Trump vs. Biden is this fall’s main event. Here's your election breakdown.
For someone hoping to flip a Michigan seat to red, the GOP Senate hopeful is running an awfully low-profile campaign
The notoriously pessimistic University of Michigan computer security expert says there’s a lot of positive things happening in the state
Plymouth native Megan Piwowar is a former Michigan GOP spokeswoman who served as campaign manager in 2014 for Dave Trott’s first successful congressional campaign
The state has been central to several landmark rulings
Following the death of state Rep. Isaac Robinson, the campaign is laden with mixed emotions and a drive to carry on his legacy
With handshakes and door knocks off limits, local candidates are courting voters creatively
Michigan’s history-making attorney general has something other liberal firebrands lack — real political power — and she’s not afraid to use it
As a senior at the University of Michigan, Kathy Kozachenko won a seat on the Ann Arbor City Council in 1974