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Chasten Buttigieg to fundraise in Michigan

The husband of presidential hopeful and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Chasten Buttigieg, is coming back to Michigan for a private June 13 fundraiser,...

Slideshow: Highlights from the Mackinac Policy Conference

The Mackinac Policy Conference, which was capped by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signing bipartisan auto insurance reform legislation, is almost a wrap. Here are some of...

Shirkey pushes ‘22 ballot initiative terminating term limits

Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake) said Thursday that he wants to reform term limits — once they force him out of office...

Kasich on Obama, Trump: ‘Meet the new boss; same as the...

John Kasich wants people to take a chill pill when it comes to the 2020 election. Kasich is the Republican former governor of Ohio...

Dems used to hold the 1st Congressional District. Do they stand...

WASHINGTON — Sophomore GOP U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman cruised to reelection last fall. And as Michigan’s political class has descended on his 1st Congressional...

Column: More Americans sue over gerrymandered state maps – but the...

Partisan gerrymandering is when a congressional or state legislative district map is drawn in a way the severely lessens the ability of one party,...

Amash wants Pelosi to stop hesitating and start impeachment hearings

U.S. Rep Justin Amash (R-Cascade Twp.) held a two-hour town hall on Tuesday at his alma mater, where he defended his career-long habit of...

Warren announces Detroit, Lansing presidential campaign stops

Presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) announced Tuesday morning that she will make her first campaign stops in Michigan in early June as...

Michigan AFL-CIO re-elects president, treasurer in Detroit

The Michigan American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) announced Friday that its members re-elected its president and treasurer at the group’s convention...

U.S. Supreme Court delays Michigan gerrymandering decision

The U.S. Supreme Court decided Friday that it would put a Michigan gerrymandering case on hold as it weighs other, similar cases in North...

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