Late September, 2021 Newsletter

Redistricting Commission Hits Halfway Mark In Drawing House Districts Fifty-five of the state’s 110 House districts have been reconfigured by the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission Track as of Friday, when the group met in Mount Pleasant to draw...

Mid September, 2021 Newsletter

Senate Incumbents Facing Big Changes With Map So Far The Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission Track still has a ways to go to finish its draft map for the 38 Senate seats, but with 26 seats drawn or partially drawn so far, some features are coming into...

Late August, 2021 Newsletter

Michigan’s largest public companies ‘encouraged’ by second-quarter rebound Michigan’s largest publicly traded companies have mounted a strong comeback since the COVID-19 pandemic sent them reeling last year. The latest corporate financial...

Mid August, 2021

Democrats’ divisions could still derail infrastructure bills Joe Biden’s economic vision has taken a major step toward becoming reality after the US Senate passed two infrastructure measures, but widening political divisions within the Democratic party could yet...

Early August, 2021 Newsletter

Carl Levin, Intellectual Giant Of Michigan Politics, Has Died Carl Levin, whose intelligence, trustworthiness, ferocious investigative skills, elite constituent service and common touch earned him a Michigan-record 36 years as U.S. senator, died Thursday. He was 87...

Early July, 2021 Newsletter

      Attorney Behind Antrim Election Fraud Suit Wants To Run For AG A Portage attorney who has been vocal about 2020 election fraud told a podcaster today that he is “looking at running for Attorney General.” The comment from Matthew...