This year in Michigan the Presidential Primary process was highly competitive on either side of the aisle. More money was spent on TV ads than any previous year.
For some, the spending paid off, for others it was a wasted effort.
Dominic Trimboli spoke with Craig Mauger, a political analyst from the Michigan Campaign Finance Network. Here’s a shortened version of their conversation.
This entry was posted in
Elections, Federal Government, State Government and tagged 10, ads, advertisement, campaign, clinton, cruz, Dollars, interview, march, Michigan, Million, pac, Presidential, primary, rubio, Sanders, Spending, super, superpac, television, ten, Trump, tv on . March 23, 2016
Michigan voters stunned the political world by handing Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders a surprise Democratic primary victory over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The win means the two Democrats will split Michigan’s national convention delegates. Continue reading
As you head to the polls Tuesday, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure the process goes smoothly. Continue reading
Trump speaks in front of about 4,000 supporters at a rally in Warren on Friday.
Just hours after Thursday’s GOP debate in Detroit, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump spoke in front of a raucous crowd of about 4,000 in Warren on Friday.
Once the votes are counted in the Super Tuesday states, presidential candidates turn their attention to the next round of primaries – including Michigan’s in a week.
If you have not yet decided who you will be voting for in the Michigan primaries, Central Michigan University is hosting an event that might be right up your alley.
This month’s Speak Up Speak Out series on Monday will focus on the primary candidates. In fact it’s titled, “Picking Your Candidate: Political Primaries 2016.”
The state House is supposed to vote before the end of the week on legislation to hold Michigan’s Republican presidential primary in March of next year.
More than 82 percent of all registered voters sat out Michigan’s primary election this week.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder
Michigan voters have until eight o’clock Tuesday to cast their ballots in the primary election.
Voters head to the polls Tuesday for Michigan’s primary election. Some observers say there could be a historically low number of people casting ballots.