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.
Republicans and Democrats talk about their chance at being in control of the House after the dust settles in Decision 2014.
The Sunday, Sept. 7 “To The Point” episode features the race for the 76th State House District.
When asked Wednesday if he wanted to debate challenger Mark Schauer, Gov. Rick Snyder replied, “I did it the last election.”
Two WOOD TV8 debates being planned in the race for governor and U.S. Senate are on hold.
U.S. Rep. Gary Peters continues to lead Republican Terri Lynn Land in the race to take over for longtime U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, a poll shows.
A new poll shows that gubernatorial challenger Mark Schauer and incumbent Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder remain in a statistical tie.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s and Democratic challenger Mark Schauer’s campaigns haven’t agreed on a date for a debate, a spokesperson said.
Democrats have nominated candidates for the November ballot in their drive to wrest control of state government from Republicans.
The general election race for the 91st District Michigan House of Representatives seat features a rematch of a race from two years ago.
Republican activists have nominated Gov. Rick Snyder’s running mate and other candidates for this fall’s statewide ballot.
Term limits have changed the way business is done in Lansing, but there is no unanimity about the value of that change.