Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton faced off in the final presidential debate Wednesday night at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
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The presidential candidates’ attention to Michigan continued on Monday. Former president Bill Clinton made campaign stops in Flint and Saginaw on behalf of his wife and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Former President Bill Clinton was a crowd-stopper as he marched in Detroit’s Labor Day Parade on behalf of his wife’s presidential campaign. The parade was often delayed as Clinton was stopped for selfies.
Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm will have a key role in Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s potential move into the White House. The Clinton campaign announced Tuesday that Granholm is a co-chair on Clinton’s transition team.
The Michigan Public Radio Network's Cheyna Roth reports on Jennifer Granholm joining Hillary Clinton's transition team.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blasted incompetent politicians, unfair international trade deals, and high taxes in a speech Monday in Detroit. The address before the Detroit Economic Club was billed as a major policy speech.
The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports on Donald Trump's speech to the Detroit Economic Club.
Michigan Republicans met in Lansing this weekend to select delegates to the party’s presidential-nominating convention this summer. Controversies over who will go to Cleveland to choose the nominee were averted.
The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports on Michigan Republicans meeting to select delegates for the upcoming Republican National Convention.
Donald Trump made a campaign appearance in Grand Rapids Monday night. He says he would threaten manufacturers with big tariffs on imports to discourage them from building plants across the border and overseas. Trump specifically called out Ford, which is planning a new plant in Mexico. We have more from Rick Pluta.
The Michigan Public Radio Network's Jake Neher reports on presidential hopeful Donald Trump's plan to tax manufacturers who send work overseas.