Secretary of State Voting Overhaul Group Files Signatures For 2018 Ballot By Cheyna Roth • Jul 9, 2018 File Photo / WKAR-MSU A group called Promote the Vote says it wants to improve Michigan residents’ access to the voting booth. Capital correspondent Cheyna Roth reports the coalition submitted more than 400-thousand signatures to get a measure the 20-18 ballot. Listen Listening... / 0:40 Michigan Seeks Motorcyclists To Teach Riding Classes By Associated Press • Jun 27, 2018 Pixabay Creative Commons Michigan officials are looking for accomplished motorcyclists who could teach others to ride. Benson To Seek Dem Secretary Of State Nomination By Rick Pluta • Oct 17, 2017 Courtesy Photo/Wayne State University The 2010 Democratic candidate for Michigan Secretary of State says she will try again in 2018. We have more from Michigan Public Radio’s Rick Pluta. Listen Listening... / 0:38 Benson Expected To Run Again For Michigan Secretary Of State By Associated Press • Oct 17, 2017 Courtesy Wayne State University Election law expert Jocelyn Benson is expected to run again to be Michigan's next secretary of state. Mother Remembers Son Who Shared the Gift Of Life By Brooke Allen • May 11, 2017 Rosemarie Robertson In 2016, 1,300 Michigan residents received the gift of sight because of the generosity of others. A mother shared how her son's loss of life is helping others gain vision. Listen Listening... / 3:25 WKAR's Brooke Allen talks to Rosemarie Robertson, whose late son was an organ donor. Michigan sued over drivers' license suspension policy By Kevin Lavery • May 5, 2017 WKAR File Photo A Washington-based civil rights organization is suing the state of Michigan over what it says is a case of "wealth-based" discrimination. Secretary of State computer glitch fixed By Karel Vega • Jan 27, 2017 Dwight Burdette The Michigan Secretary of State offices are back in business following a computer system outage earlier today.