Election

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump visited Michigan for the second time this month Wednesday, when he toured a water treatment facility in Flint. During the trip, Trump also visited Bethel United Methodist Church and met with Rev. Faith Green Timmons and other community members.

Molly Ball speaks at the 31st Graham Hovey Lecture, titled “Election 2016: The Great Disruption of American Politics” at Wallace House on Monday.

Molly Ball, political correspondent for The Atlantic, discussed the 2016 election — with an emphasis on the breakdown of both of the major parties — during the 31st annual Graham Harvey Lecture Monday.

U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D–VA),  the Democratic nominee for vice president, will visit Ann Arbor Tuesday for a rally on the University of Michigan Diag.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton hosted a press call with college students from across the country Thursday morning, discussing her commitment to younger voters. The call followed a recent push by the Clinton campaign to engage with more reporters.

Actor Sean Astin rallies Hillary Clinton supporters to register voters in the Union on Wednesday.

The University of Michigan’s chapter of College Democrats kicked off one of its weekly voter registration drives Wednesday with a special appearance from actor Sean Astin, best known for his role as Sam in Lord of the Rings.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump visited a Black church Saturday in Detroit in an outreach attempt to the African-American communit

President Bill Clinton walks in the Labor Day parade in Detroit on Monday.

Former President Bill Clinton joined United Auto Workers union members and others for the annual Detroit Labor Day Parade Monday morning aiming to demonstrate the Hillary Clinton campaign’s commitment to working families.

Republican Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump, speaks to supporters Friday afternoon, during a campaign rally at the Summit Sports & Ice Complex in Dimondale, MI.

DIMONDALE, MI — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) hasn't indicated much support for GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, but in Trump’s visit to Michigan Friday, Trump seemed to be hoping one of the governor’s main ideas — Michigan as a comeback state — would come true for him, too.

Hillary Clinton poses for a picture at the Futuramic Tool and Engineering Company in Warren, MI.

Clinton pointed to the more traditionally Republican policies Trump outlined, such as cutting taxes for the upper class and loosening financial regulation, which she portrayed as harmful for the working class.

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DETROIT— Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump visited Michigan to speak to the Detroit Economic Club about his soon-to-be-released economic plan and to issue criticisms Hillary Clinton amid protests inside and out of the Cobo Center.