For the first time since 1968, Michigan voters won’t face a statewide ballot question when they cast their votes in the presidential election. And, rule changes are making it harder to get issues on the ballot.
The MI First Election reporting team brings you reactions to the debate at Michigan State University and Lansing. We had journalists at a Trump headquarters and student residence halls. Nic Antaya was at a Trump campaign headquarters. Trevor Upchurch Imani Farmer were in the McDonel Hall kiva. Carina Garcia, Libbie Kahl and Lou Will were at Wells Hall. Treasure Roberts broadcast on Periscope from the MSU Student Union.
Aug. 15 marks the day that Michigan State University’s campus went tobacco free. That means the roads, the buildings, dorms — even Michigan State’s extension campuses — all have a tobacco ban. People who use tobacco on campus, could be subject to a $150 ticket.