Term limits have changed the way business is done in Lansing, but there is no unanimity about the value of that change.
The Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate is challenging the way his opponent is funding her campaign.
In this Aug. 17, 2014 episode of “To The Point,” hear from the three candidates in the 20th District state Senate race.
The November general election is only about 80 days away — and that’s where “To The Point” directs its focus this week.
The head of Michigan’s housing agency is stepping down after billing the state for expensive meals and travel.
The day after Rep. Amash called his primary opponent’s campaign “despicable,” Kent County GOP members gathered to preach unity.
James Brady, the affable, witty press secretary who survived a devastating head wound in the 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald …
In this episode of “To The Point,” Rick Albin speaks to the two Republicans vying for the Third Congressional District seat.
Prop 1 has been promoted as the solution to the Personal Property Tax problem. But can you trust it to do what supporters say it can do?
A Grand Rapids group hopes to put a proposal on the November ballot that would institute term limits for city officials.
Republicans vying for 61st District and 63rd District seats in the state House sit down with Political Reporter Rick Albin.
A group aiming to impose term limits on Grand Rapids elected officials hopes to put the issue before voters this autumn.
Proposal 1 is being billed as a win-win, and there doesn’t seem to be any organized opposition to it. But it still faces challenges.
On this July 27, 2014 episode of “To The Point,” Rick Albin looks at the 28th District state Senate seat and the 80th District state House s…
Instead of cruising to re-election on the fulfillment of his 2010 promises, Snyder’s bid has been met with ambivalence by some Republicans.
The Affordable Care Act is snarled in another big legal battle, with two federal appeals courts issuing contradictory rulings on a financing…