Michigan Republican Party chair Ronna Romney McDaniel talks about Tuesday’s primary results and its implications going forward.
Last week was a busy one for politics in Michigan as presidential candidates stumped and debated in the days leading up to the primary.
With Super Tuesday just around the corner and Michigan’s primary just over a week away, the presidential candidates are eyeing the state.
Rep. Al Pscholka, R-Stevensville, the Appropriations Chairman in the House talk about a new budget that Gov. Rick Snyder has introduced.
Gov. Rick Snyder proposed spending hundreds of millions more dollars to address Flint’s water crisis and to update infrastructure.
On this “To The Point,” Senate Major Leader Arlan Meekhof talks about the work in the Senate to help the residents of Flint.
On this “To The Point,” Sen. Jim Ananich, D-Flint, talks about the water crisis in his hometown.
State Sen. Goeff Hansen discusses a plan to fund Detroit Public Schools.
The Michigan legislature has come back into session and one big issue they may have to deal with is the Flint water crisis.
The president urged Americans to rekindle their belief in the promise of change that first carried him to the White House.
The legislature will come back into session soon and when it does, one of the big issues on its plate will be energy reform.
Heading into her second year as Michigan Republican Party chair, Ronna Romney McDaniel is looking to the election.
MDP Chair Brandon Dillon talked to “To The Point” about what he expects in next year’s election.
The governor discussed what was accomplished in 2015 and what he would like to see happen in 2016.
Some 7,000 people will fill the DeltaPlex in Walker on Monday for Donald Trump’s first West Michigan campaign rally.