Gov. Rick Snyder hosted the first of 10 campaign town hall meetings Monday evening in Kalamazoo.
On a special episode of “To The Point” on Oct. 12, you’ll see Gov. Rick Snyder and challenger Mark Schauer back-to-back.
First Lady Michelle Obama will visit Michigan to campaign for Democratic candidates Gary Peters and Mark Schauer.
“ArtPrize is awesome,” Snyder told 24 Hour News 8. “That’s why I’m glad to be back.”
The state is urging the Michigan Democratic Party to suspend a new program that lets voters apply online for absentee ballots.
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and Democratic opponent Mark Schauer have agreed to appear Oct. 12 at a town hall-style debate.
Gov. Rick Snyder has been awarded an associate degree for community college classes he took as a high school student in the 1970s.
Decision 2014 is shaping up to be a close race when it comes to Michigan’s next governor, according to polls.
Gov. Snyder is planning to hold hall campaign events during his re-election bid and says his opponent Mark Schauer is welcome to attend.
He told 24 Hour News 8 he wants to keep the campaign positive.
With the November general election only 50 days away, polls show the race for Michigan governor is in a dead heat.
Hear from the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Michigan Secretary of State on this Sept. 14 episode of “To The Point.”
As the Republican governor’s campaign ramps up, he’s tweaking his message. Now Michigan’s on the “road to recovery.”
$40 million: That’s the price tag Rich Robinson puts on the races for governor and U.S. Senate in Michigan.
U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters showed up at the date and time originally slated for a debate against his Republican opponent.
Democrats repeated their mantra about success: There are more Democrats than Republicans in Michigan and when they vote, they win.