Decision 2016 is over, well at least the election part is, but what happened? What was the outcome? Why was the outcome?
The chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party said the results boiled down to voter turnout, the party’s message and their messenger.
The transition of power from President Obama to President-elect Donald Trump continues.
Decision 2016 has been decided. The question isn’t so much about the outcome, but what happens after the election.
With the election just two days away, WOOD TV is helping you be prepared before you head to the polls.
The presidential election has dominated headlines leading up to Nov. 8, but Michigan voters will also be choosing state representatives.
Both the Democratic and Republican vice presidential candidates were in Michigan this week.
With less a month until the presidential election, the race seems more intense than ever.
Once again, it was a busy week in presidential politics in Michigan as big names were in the state to campaign for Democratic candidate Hill…
This week brought more presidential politics to Michigan.
Michigan once again has seen a lot of activity surrounding presidential politics.
It was a busy week for presidential politics in Michigan with two presidential candidates and a vice presidential candidate in the state.
There was a flurry of activity in the Michigan Senate last week as Republicans and Democrats started agreeing on some big issues.
In this episode, Rick Albin speaks to Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Brandon Dillon and Attorney General Bill Schuette.
The Republicans and Democrats have had their conventions, now the campaigns are getting into the home stretch.