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Bill Barring Public Indecency Passes With Some Dem Support
Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Municipalities won't be able to say that public urination is OK under a bill that passed the House Wednesday.

Posthumus Boasts 25 Commitments In Floor Leader Race
Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Rep. Bryan Posthumus during a Wednesday fundraiser showed a list of 25 current and expected to be incoming House Republicans supporting his bid for floor leader.

GOP: Hernandez Balances Dixon With Legislature, Grassroots
Friday, August 19, 2022

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon on Friday announced that she has selected former Rep. Shane Hernandez of Port Huron as her running mate in the 2022 general election, hoping the selection will sit well with grassroots activists and the legislators with whom she'll have to work closely should she be elected over incumbent Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

GOP Lawmakers Blast Whitmer's Proposed School Supplies Tax Holiday
Tuesday, August 16, 2022

As families and teachers across Michigan prepare to head back to school, Governor Gretchen Whitmer proposed on Tuesday a pause on sales tax applied to school supplies as part of a proposal dubbed MI Back to School Plan.

GOP Slate Comes Together To Promote Unity As One Candidate Cries Foul
Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Republicans of all stripes on Wednesday called for a unified front heading into November to beat incumbent Governor Gretchen Whitmer and other top Michigan Democrats, with the nominees for governor, attorney general and secretary of state coming together as a unified front for the first time following the primary win of Tudor Dixon.

VanWoerkom Wins; Wakeman, Mekoski Fall; Beeler Tops Eisen
Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Incumbent Rep. Greg VanWoerkom (R-Norton Shores) won a statement-like victory in the 88th House District Republican primary over Mick Bricker of Spring Lake by a comfortable margin, leading the way to what was largely a good night for traditional Republican forces over far-right opponents.

Secure MI Vote Submits 514K Signatures For Voting Measure
Friday, July 29, 2022

Supporters of the Secure MI Vote petition initiative to require voter ID among other things, submitted more than 500,000 signatures to the Bureau of Elections on Friday, meaning it won't make the 2022 ballot and could potentially be rendered moot by the time it is certified.

House Dem Candidates Doing Well; Caucus Well Below GOP Cash
Monday, July 25, 2022

House Democratic candidates in competitive or potentially competitive seats coming up in November reported strong fundraising totals, in most cases surpassing Republican opponents in funds raised and cash on hand, but the House Republican Caucus is still in a much better financial position.

Wentworth Leadership PAC Leads Among House Members
Monday, July 25, 2022

Current House Speaker Jason Wentworth was ahead of his colleagues who are hoping to lead the Republicans or Democrats next term in fundraising through leadership political action committees.

Few House Incumbents In Seemingly Tough Races
Friday, July 22, 2022

While many incumbent lawmakers face primary challenges heading into the August 2 election, campaign finance reports due Friday show some are more serious than others.

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