The week in Michigan politics — 7/27/18
The state's most significant political stories of the week
DETROIT – Check out the following political stories from across the state.
LGBT bias probes to continue, state rights panel decides [Detroit News]
Race for governor
Michigan governor poll: Bill Schuette, Gretchen Whitmer hold big leads [Detroit Free Press]
U.S. Congressional races
Free Press poll: Republican race for U.S. Senate is deadlocked [Detroit Free Press]
Poll shows dead heat in Detroit's Congressional race [Metro Times]
Bishop's seat in Congress deemed 'toss up' [Detroit News]
Be Heard. Go Vote!
A reminder to “Be Heard – and Go Vote!” this election season. The Aug. 7 primary election is your first chance to weigh in on big races for governor, U.S. Congress and the State Legislature. Unfortunately, last time around turnout was less than half of the voting public in southeast Michigan. We all have political opinions. Don’t just share them on social media. Share them in the voting booth.
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