Tim Skubick

Anchor and Producer of Off the Record

Tim Skubick is anchor and producer of the weekly public TV series "Off the Record." “Off the Record” is seen on Michigan public television stations and has an audience of 100,000 viewers each week.

The panel discusses what issues are on the ballot and lawmakers return from break.

The guest is Kary Moss from Michigan ACLU.

Bill Ballenger, Susan Demas and Paul Egan join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.



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Correspondents Edition. The panel discusses Hoekstra's win in the primary, the confusion over a ballot checkbox, what we learned from the House races and the McCotter investigation ends.

After the episode concludes taping, Pete Hoekstra, Clark Durant and Randy Hekman, continue the discussion with Tim Skubick. #OTRwkar

The three Republicans running for U.S. Senate from Michigan join Tim Skubick in this special primary election edition.

Pete Hoekstra, Clark Durant and Randy Hekman will debate in this single-moderator, no rules-format special edition of Off the Record.

The panel discusses the State Supreme Court hearing on the emergency manager law and the hearings on healthcare begin. The guest is Bridget Mary McCormack, Candidate for State Supreme Court.

The panel discusses the ruling that the Roy Schmidt election fraud was not a crime, healthcare get put on hold and a plan to overhaul the School Aid Act.

The guest is Republican Attorney Richard McLlellan.

Paul Egan, Kathy Barks Hoffman and Chad Livengood join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.
 

After the episode taping concludes, guest and panel continue to chat.  Nancy Cassis a Republican Congressional candidate from the 11th district, with Bill Ballengar, Kathy Barks Hoffman, Zachary Gorchow and Tim Skubick. #OTRwkar

The panel discusses the resignation of Thad McCotter, the filing of petition names and lawmakers return from break.

The guest is Nancy Cassis, (R) 11th District Congressional Candidate.

Zachary Gorchow, Bill Ballenger and Kathy Barks Hoffman join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

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Blogger edition: The panel weighs in on the Presidential race in Michigan, Who will gain control of the house in Michigan, an update in the U.S. Senate race and ballot proposals.

Political bloggers Joe DiSano, Zack Stanton, Jack Spencer and Ray Hamman join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

Pollsters Edition. The panel discusses the presidential race in Michigan, how the Governor is doing, the U.S. Senate race and ballot proposals.

Pollsters Dennis Denno, Bernie Porn, Steve Mitchell and Paul King join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

Correspondents Edition. The panel discusses Mitt Romney's visit to Michigan, new ballot proposals are on the table, The "V" word controversy continues and the possibility of a white mayor in Detroit.

Kathy Barks Hoffman, Bill Ballenger, Kyle Melinn and Rick Pluta join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

After the episode taping concludes, guest and panel continue to chat. Rep Phil Cavanagh, (D) Redford Township, with Bill Ballengar, Alisha Green, Chad Livengood and Tim Skubick. #OTRwkar

The panel discusses Governor Snyder's plan to move ahead on Detroit-Windsor bridge, debate over the "V-word", state lawmakers are off on break and what awaits them when the return.

The guest is Representative Phil Cavanagh, (D) from Redford Township.

Chad Livengood, Bill Ballenger and Alisha Green join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

The panel discusses the completion of the state budget, Rep. Thad McCotter ends campaign for write-in votes and the Snyder recall effort ends.

The guest is John Nixon, the state budget director.

The panel discusses tax cuts, a signature issue for Representative Thad McCotter, and the state budget.

The guest is Republican strategist John Yob.

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