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Lansing voters go to the polls on November 7.  They’ll select a new mayor and four members of the city council.  Residents will also be asked to decide on the fate of an old house that’s seen a lot of Lansing history.

 


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"I'm not going anywhere except in the middle of the debate" is what 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said to cheering crowds at the University of Michigan's Hill auditorium on Tuesday night.


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Votes are rolling in during today’s primary elections, but how is voter turnout?

 


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Mid-Michigan voters will decide several bond proposals and millage renewals today. 


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Voters in Ingham County will use new voting equipment beginning in August. 

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A leading mid-Michigan public policy analysis firm says it’s found no evidence of voter fraud in Michigan during the November presidential election.

The independent review found voting patterns in 2016 stayed consistent with those of 2012.  The Anderson Economic Group searched for evidence of systematic tampering, including allegations of Russian hacking and voting by ineligible residents. 

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Lansing voters head to the polls next week to decide who will occupy four seats on the city council. They’ll also determine a ballot proposal involving city contracts.

 

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Adam Hussain is a lifelong resident of southwest Lansing and a middle school teacher in the Waverly school district. He's running for city council in Lansing's third ward.

 

Adam Hussain is a graduate of Michigan State University and Central Michigan University.  His battle cry is "real change in southwest Lansing."  He's facing incumbent A'Lynne Boles.