Was Donald Trump the biggest loser on election night? 3 takeaways from red wave that wasn’t
Results are still being finalized in key congressional and state legislature races across the country, but one thing that became clear overnight is that the 2022 midterm elections were not the red wave of Republican wins many pundits forecasted.
Poll: Where Michigan voters stand on expanding early voting, private school tax credits
Most Michigan voters support increasing the time frame for in-person voting and preparing absentee ballots before Election Day, but don’t fully support giving tax credits to private school donors, according to a new poll.
City of Detroit Office of Inspector General investigates Detroit city clerk campaign
The Michigan Inspector General is out with a new report saying a deputy of Detroit city clerk, Janice Winfrey, abused their authority. That report states that Reuben Washington used the clerk’s office to organize petition signatures for Winfrey’s campaign for congress.
Voting 101: What you need to know about casting a ballot in Texas
Exercising your right to vote can be confusing or intimidating, regardless if you’re a first-time voter or a veteran. KPRC 2 News and KSAT, our San Antonio sister-station, worked to create a comprehensive resource to make sure every eligible Texan can vote and is counted.
Flashpoint Interview: Political journalist explains why some Americans believe Trump’s ‘Big Lie’
Despite copious evidence proving that the 2020 presidential election was the most secure election in U.S. history, a number of Americans still believe the lie that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.
Michigan civil rights department: Redistricting maps violate federal law
A new analysis comes after months of mapping and arguing and marathon hearings about what Michigan’s voting landscape will look like. The analysis says the maps would break federal law, and if they pass it could effect just about every voter across the state.
Michigan governor vetoes stricter voter ID, election bills
Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has vetoed Republican-sponsored legislation that would toughen in-person voter identification rules and require people to include additional information such as their driver’s license number on absentee ballot applications.
Lawmakers ask attorney general to look at Michigan redistricting commission’s decision to hold closed session
Lawmakers from both parties are asking Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel to investigate after a meeting of the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission held a closed session.
Opposition raises $2.5M to fight Michigan GOP voting changes
A Michigan group has raised $2.5 million from a liberal nonprofit to fight a Republican-backed ballot drive that would toughen voter ID requirements, ban the unsolicited mailing of absentee ballot applications and make other election changes.