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.
24 Hour News 8’s Political Reporter Rick Albin was in Philadelphia this week for the Democratic National Convention.
Two Democrats and three Republicans are seeking their party’s nomination for the 100th District seat in the state House of Representatives.
24 Hour News 8’s Political Reporter Rick Albin was in Cleveland this week for the Republican National Convention.
Five candidates are looking to replace Rep. Aric Nesbit, who is term limited.
For the past couple of weeks, “To The Point” has been introducing you to the candidates in the primary for state House seats.
Seats to represent West Michigan in the state House are up for grabs this year.
The Michigan governor signed a $38.6 billion budget bill Wednesday that will more than triple state spending on the water crisis in Flint.
Meet the candidates of the 70th House District, which is made up of Montcalm and part of Gratiot counties.
State lawmakers have accomplished a lot so far this year, but there’s still much to be done.
The issue of criminal justice reform doesn’t stop at Michigan’s prisons.