Reps Haley Stevens and Elissa Slotkin. Photos courtesy the Associated Press.
Everything You Need to Know About Michigan’s Biggest Congressional Battles

Two Democratic women in Michigan unseated Republican Reps. in 2018. The Republicans want those seats back.

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Why Voters in Michigan Say They Feel More Informed When Voting by Mail

When elections for offices at the local level aren't filled out in ballots, it's called "ballot roll-off," and voting by mail helped Michiganders avoid it in the August primary.

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Debbie Dingell: Biden Will Take Care Of Your Family Like His Own. I Know From Experience.

Congresswoman Debbie Dingell shares how the vice president’s compassion for her late husband shows how he’d treat Michigan’s seniors as president of the United States.

Hoadley, Meijer and Aiyash. Photos courtesy the candidates.
The 3 Biggest Surprises From Primary Day in Michigan

From nail-biters and blow-outs in Congressional primaries to a Legislature race still not called, here's what we found most surprising Wednesday morning.

FILE - In an Oct. 26, 2018, file photo, Rashida Tlaib, left, then-Democratic candidate for the Michigan's 13th Congressional District, and Brenda Jones speak during a rally in Detroit. Tlaib's approach to governing as an unapologetic fighter, taking aim at the status quo alongside three other first-term congresswomen of color who make up the "squad" has made her a target of the GOP and her own party. Now the Michigan Democrat is the squad's most vulnerable member, as she faces Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones in the Aug. 4 primary. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
Rashida Wins Again. Michigan’s Member of ‘The Squad’ Moves Closer to a Second Term.

We look at the leadership Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib has shown her constituents who helped her win by a landslide in Michigan’s primary election.

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WATCH: Why Some Michigan Cities Were Unprepared for In-Person Voters

Michigan’s Aug. 4 primary mistakes could be November’s greatest tests.

Michiganders from city to suburb, and everything in between, cast their ballots for the primary on Tuesday. Photos by Franz Knight
PHOTOS: What Michigan’s Primary Day Looks Like During a Pandemic

Michigan voters found out Aug. 4 that the new normal for casting a ballot could be as simple as driving up to a collection box.

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7 Races We’re Watching This Michigan Primary

As Michiganders go to the polls, The 'Gander highlights some of the key races to watch during the August primary election from close calls to vacant seats.