Michigan Primary News
Top 10 Political Moments of 2016
ABC News' Ryan Struyk and Katherine Faulders take us through the top ten moments of 2016.
Trump Likely to Back Ronna Romney McDaniel for RNC Chair
Ronna Romney McDaniel, the Michigan GOP Chairwoman, is likely to be Donald Trump 's choice to be the chair of the Republican National Committee , senior transition sources told ABC News. Romney McDaniel is a niece of Mitt Romney , the former Republican nominee who was in the running to be Trump's
Betsy DeVos: Everything You Need to Know
Betsy DeVos, a Michigan education activist and major GOP donor, has been tapped by President-elect Donald Trump to be his pick for education secretary. She is an advocate for school choice and charter schools and has drawn criticism in conservative circles for being associated with groups that
Filmmaker Michael Moore Discusses New Documentary on 2016 Election 'Trumpland'
Moore's new film focuses on Hillary Clinton and the race for the White House.
Has Donald Trump Really Driven More People to the Polls?
One of Donald Trump ’s frequent talking points is that he has helped expand the Republican party by bringing new voters to the polls, but it's unclear if his candidacy is really the cause. "We’re getting millions and millions of additional people. People that the Republican party has never had
The Note: The Debate, In Case You Missed It
NOTABLES --7 MOMENTS THAT MATTERED AT THE DEMOCRATIC DEBATE: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went head-to-head in Miami in a bilingual debate last night hosted by Univision and the Washington Post. The contentious debate focused heavily on immigration, and both candidates came armed with plenty
Bill Clinton Addresses Hillary's Michigan Loss
Bill Clinton tells reporters in Ohio that Hillary and Bernie Sanders "fought it to a draw" in the Michigan primary.
Why the Clinton Camp Isn't Worried After Michigan Primary Loss
After a surprising loss to Bernie Sanders in Michigan, which his campaign called a major, game-changing victory,” the Hillary Clinton camp is projecting confidence, at least publicly. The key to this confidence? Delegate math. A Democratic candidate needs 2,383 delegates, or representatives who
ANALYSIS: What Bernie Sanders’ Win in Michigan Means
Bernie Sanders ' win in Michigan will go down as the stunner of the election cycle to date, handing his campaign a fresh rationale and new evidence of his rival's vulnerabilities at a critical time in the race. Sanders’ win will raise new questions about the presumed strength and dominance of
Bernie Sanders Beats Hillary Clinton in Tight Michigan Primary Race
The Vermont senator continues his campaign against the former secretary of state after winning an important primary contest.