In Michigan and Wisconsin, GOP lawmakers have rushed through legislation to thwart their incoming Democratic governors and hamper others in the opposing party from doing the jobs voters chose them to do.
If you are searching for meaning in this year's midterm election, it seems fairly obvious that Michiganders would like Lansing to fix the damn roads.
U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland, reflects on the election victory, and looks ahead to a Democrat-controlled House.
Proposal 1 legalizes the use and sale of recreational marijuana for adults 21 and older. This new law will take effect 10 days after the election results are certified by the Board of State Canvassers.
Dr. Rob Davidson received more votes than he expected it would take to win Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District race.
State lawmaker from Ottawa County will serve as assistant floor leader.
Bruce Callen and Katie Pigott will each serve six-year terms on the Spring Lake Public Schools Board of Education.
A Democrat has won an election in one of Michigan's most Republican counties.
Voters turned out in strong numbers for Tuesday’s midterm election.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A record number of women were elected to the House on Tuesday, nearly two years after women spilled out into the streets of Washington and in cities across the country in defiance of the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
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Ottawa County election officials have yet to determine which two of the three write-in candidates for spots on Spring Lake’s school board received the most votes Tuesday.
Health care and President Donald Trump's performance were important factors for Michigan residents who cast midterm election ballots Tuesday, according to a wide-ranging survey of the American electorate that found widespread unease with the nation's course.
It was a clean sweep for three proposals on the state ballot Tuesday, cementing the creation of a new industry and amendments to the Michigan Constitution.
Incumbents appear poised to maintain their seats on the Grand Haven Area Public Schools’ Board of Education.
Rep. Jim Lilly, R-Park Township, edged out Democratic challenger Jerry Sias, capturing more than 60 percent of the vote as of press time for the 89th District Michigan House seat in Tuesday's election.