Outside groups have outspent than the candidates for both major parties as the ideological lean of the court hangs in the balance.
posted on 10/28/2020
Michigan’s 2018 race for the Supreme Court was defined by what it lacked: It did not see large, under-the-radar spending by groups acting outside of the candidates’ campaigns. That type of spending has been a staple of Supreme Court races in the state for nearly two decades.
posted on 04/11/2019
This fall, Michigan voters will pick a new attorney general and secretary of state. They’ll also fill two seats on the state’s highest court. Candidates applying for the jobs have already raised about $5.4 million.
posted on 08/22/2018