With only a week left until the Nov. 8 general election, Michigan Information & Research Service (MIRS) asked Bill Ballenger for answers to four questions: How much impact is the story that the FBI has reopened its email/private server investigation of Hillary Clinton going to have on the presidential race? Answer: Maybe 1-3 points — […]
The latest Friday Morning Podcast discusses what is going on 10 days before Election Day. We might also talk a little MSU hockey.
The presidential debate, the odds of the elections, and a little discussion about President Taft–only at the Friday Morning Podcast!
It’s looking very likely that the next President of the United States will be Hillary Clinton. Less certain is whether Republicans in the U.S. Senate will lose their majority on Nov. 8 and, if so, by what margin. Currently, the U.S. Supreme Court is operating with eight justices due to the death of Justice John […]
A lot of races, many candidates, multiple polls, tons of speculation — but what are the ODDS (in horse racing parlance) of what will happen in the three weeks that are left of Campaign 2016, particularly as it relates to Michigan? Back in July, The Ballenger Report established odds and correctly forecast that U.S. Senator […]
Bill Ballenger and Dennis Denno talk about the ramifications of Trump’s meltdown and the numerous elections in Michigan.
… and, despite a key state legislator’s interest in tweaking them, they’re almost certain to stay that way, at least for the time being. Why can’t term limits for Michigan lawmakers and other officeholders be altered, extended, or done away with completely? Three reasons, really: Nobody dares undertake an effort to get a constitutional amendment […]
What happened in the VP debate and what does Trump need to do for his Sunday debate? It’s all in the latest Friday Morning Podcast with Bill Ballenger and Dennis Denno:
Check out the latest Friday Morning Podcast, where Bill Ballenger and Dennis Denno talk about the Clinton/Trump Presidential debate, other presidential debates, and famous debates in Michigan.
It’s a mystery why Michigan Democrats appear so worried that Gov. Rick Snyder’s new TV ads on behalf of state House Republicans might be doing a lot of damage to Dems’ prospects in this year’s general election. Snyder’s ad campaign ties together kudos for his own performance as the state’s CEO with the candidacies of […]