The final two months of campaigning in Michigan will determine if Republicans continue their four-year control of state government and who will succeed U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, a retiring Democrat who has held his seat for nearly 36 years.
Political TV ads are set to escalate in the final two months of the race between Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and Democrat Mark Schauer, as the campaigns and their deep-pocketed outside allies sharply focus their message to voters.
A whistle-stop tour of the state in an RV. An endorsement from the second man to walk on the moon. Even one of the most polarizing figures in American politics found cause to weigh in on the state she used to lead.
Michigan's election campaign pivoted Wednesday from a primary that marked a changing in the guard for the state's congressional delegation to a main event featuring marquee fall races for governor and U.S. Senate.
A tea party-inspired congressman was defeated in Michigan's primary Tuesday while a second House conservative fended off a challenge as voters began a changing of the guard in the state's congressional delegation that also included choosing nominees in four open seats.
Michigan voters will go to the polls Tuesday for primary elections that will set the stage for November races and decide the fate of a statewide ballot issue. Here are five things to know about Election Day: