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PHOTOS: “Implications of Election 2016: How We Got Here & Where We’re Headed” @ U of M Ann Arbor


“Implications of Election 2016: How We Got Here & Where We’re Headed” discussed at U-M Ann Arbor


LIVE: Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016 General Election Results from Metro Detroit

TweetAmericaJR.com has compiled election results from across Michigan and metro Detroit. Here are the results from the Tuesday, Nov. 8th General Election. Note: 96% of precincts are done reporting. This page will be updated throughout the day. U.S. President (Michigan statewide results) Donald Trump (Rep): 2,274,659 votes (47.6%) *Winner Hillary Clinton (Dem): 2,260,642 (47.3%) Gary Johnson (Lib): 172,737 votes (3.6%) Jill Stein (Grn): 51,401 votes (1.1%) U.S. House, 5th district (2-year term) Al Hardwick (Rep.): 111,908 votes (35%) Daniel Kildee (Dem.): 195,076 votes (61%) *Winner Steve Sluka (Lib.): 6,999 votesRead More


PHOTOS: Hollywood Stars Thank Clinton Volunteers in Livonia, MI

TweetAmericaJR’s Jason Rzucidlo was LIVE at the Democratic Party offices in Livonia, Mich. on Sunday evening. “Scandal” stars Tony Goldwyn and Katie Lowes made a surprise visit to thank volunteers and staffers. They were joined by fellow actors Adam Shapiro and Anne Marie-Johnson. The four of them also made stops at Wayne State University, Highland Park, Southfield and Royal Oak. Hillary Clinton is currently leading in Michigan, but she’s not taking that for granted. Election day is Tuesday, November 8th and the Clinton campaign is confident that they can winRead More


Clinton and Trump make a final push for Michigan’s 16 electoral votes

TweetLIVONIA, Mich. — With less than one day until the election, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump aren’t giving up on Michigan. The traditionally blue–or Democratic state–could turn red for the Republicans for the first time since 1988. The Great Lakes state has 16 electoral votes up for grabs on Tuesday. On Sunday, Clinton brought in actors Tony Goldwyn and Katie Lowes from the ABC drama “Scandal.” The two Hollywood stars made several stops across southeast Michigan to campaign for Hillary. They began in Royal Oak, continued to Wayne State University,Read More


WATCH: “Scandal” stars campaign for Clinton across metro Detroit (Exclusive Interviews)

TweetAmericaJR’s Jason Rzucidlo was LIVE at the Democratic Party offices in Livonia, Mich. on Sunday evening. “Scandal” stars Tony Goldwyn and Katie Lowes made a surprise visit to thank volunteers and staffers. They were joined by fellow actors Adam Shapiro and Anne Marie-Johnson. The four of them also made stops at Wayne State University, Highland Park, Southfield and Royal Oak. Hillary Clinton is currently leading in Michigan, but she’s not taking that for granted. In this video, watch for exclusive interviews with all four stars. Election day is Tuesday, NovemberRead More


Hillary and Trump Supporters Actually Agree on These 3 Things, Survey Finds

TweetLOS ANGELES — In light of arguably the most controversial election in history reaching its climax, GOBankingRates surveyed over 1,000 Americans to find that a majority of voters from both parties feel unconfident that the financial state of America will improve during the next president’s term. The survey probed Americans on their confidence levels of how the wealth gap, homeownership affordability, wages and unemployment will improve in the next four years. Surprisingly, Trump and Hillary Supporters Align on 3 Financial Issues: 83% of Clinton supporters and 84% of Trump supporters aren’tRead More


WATCH: Hillary Clinton’s full speech at Wayne State University

TweetAmericaJR’s Jason Rzucidlo reports from the Matthaei Center at Wayne State University in Detroit. In this video, watch as Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton addressed students and supporters on Monday, Oct. 10. Her visit came one day following the second presidential debate and one day before the deadline to register to vote. She spoke about making public colleges tuition free, increasing taxes for the rich, the auto industry’s big turnaround, putting people back to work. In addition, Clinton differentiated herself from GOP nominee Donald Trump.    


PHOTOS: Hillary Clinton Voter Registration Rally @ Wayne State University

TweetDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop at Wayne State University on Monday afternoon. Her visit came one day after the second presidential debate and one day before the last day to register to vote in Michigan. Clinton appeared at around 3:15 p.m. She was introduced by several local dignitaries including Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Sen. Debbie Stabenow,  Sen. Gary Peters, Rep. Sander Levin (D-9), Rep. Brenda Lawrence (D-14), and Rep. John Conyers (D-13). She talked about several topics including making public colleges tuition-free, increasing taxes for theRead More


Hillary Clinton draws thousands to Wayne State voter registration rally

TweetDETROIT — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop at Wayne State University on Monday afternoon. Her visit came one day after the second presidential debate and one day before the last day to register to vote in Michigan. “Sounds like we’ve got some Wayne State Warriors here today,” she said to a cheering crowd after taking the stage. “I am so excited, so thrilled to be here. Did anybody see that debate last night?” Clinton appeared at around 3:15 p.m. She was introduced by several local dignitariesRead More