President Donald Trump

Political experts discuss voter behavior

Oct 23, 2020
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Political experts say many voters appear to have hardened their opinions about who they’ll support in the upcoming presidential election.

But just how enthusiastic are they about their preferred candidate? Some voters say they are more excited about voting against one of the presidential contenders than voting for one.

Pence makes appearance in Waterford Township

Oct 22, 2020
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The latest in a steady stream of people campaigning for President Donald Trump in Michigan was his Vice President. Michigan Radio’s Lester Graham reports.

Errors appear to be a threat for absentee voting

Oct 21, 2020
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President Trump and many of his supporters have called into question the validity of voting by mail. But documented instances of voting fraud are few and far between. That’s why rather than fraud absentee voters should be focused on following the rules.

Eric Trump stumps for his father in Lansing

Oct 21, 2020
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One of President Donald Trump’s sons visited Lansing today, (Tue) in a bid to shore up support for his father two weeks before the election.

Political Campaigning in Michigan

Oct 19, 2020
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The major party presidential campaigns continue a barrage of get-out-the vote efforts in Michigan this week, sending some of their highest-profile surrogates to the state.

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