- Primary snapshots: who benefited from Michigan’s economic recovery? IPPSR Affiliate Charles Ballard, director of the Institute’s State of the State Survey, is quoted discussing reasons why Michigan is susceptible to another recession.
- Whitmer budget puts focus on Great Lakes water levels, contaminated sites Michigan Political Leadership Program (MPLP) alum and State Sen. Jeremy Moss addresses the essential funding for contaminated sites in Madison Heights.
- With more than a million absentee ballots sought, State wants to make next election easier MPLP alum and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson discusses strategies to make the November election easier for local clerks.
- Legislature considers reforms aimed at coronavirus, including $25M in funding MPLP alum state Sen. Jeremy Moss, with two others, announced new bills targeted at price-gouging by businesses amid the global health coronavirus crisis.
- Approved supplemental budget restores funding to Pure Michigan; other programs State Rep. and MPLP alum Mark Huizenga was quoted on WKZO welcoming the supplemental budget restoring funding to Pure Michigan and other programs.
- Bollin Backs New $800 Million Plan To Fix Michigan Roads State Rep. and MPLP alum Ann Bollin quoted in support of proposed reforms to raise money for road repairs without raising taxes.
- How News and Social Media Shape American Voters IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann talks about the role of media in shaping public perception of America voters gearing up for the 2020 campaign ahead on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Party rules could extend Democratic primary race long beyond Michigan IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann discusses with The Detroit News the primary process and how new rules could take the eventual winner a longer time to amass enough delegates.
- Don't expect fast Michigan primary results. We're focused on accuracy and security. MPLP alum and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson talks with USA Today about what to expect from Michigan primary results.