A roundtable of experts joins us this episode to discuss what the midterm elections might look like this November amid the ongoing pandemic and Michigan’s newly drawn political districts.
Yet another lawsuit is being filed over Michigan’s new district maps that would draw new lines for voters for the next 10 years.
If the newly redrawn Michigan political maps withstand legal challenges, it means Metro Detroit will have an open Congressional seat -- which is likely to bring in a gold rush of candidates.
An independent commission of citizens have redrawn Michigan’s political districts for the first time in the state’s history -- but not everyone is on board with the changes.
Michigan is looking at what will likely be a dramatic set of midterm elections this year after the state’s political maps were redrawn.
The process surrounding redrawing Michigan’s political maps has been anything but easy. On Tuesday parties on both sides of the aisle responded.