Michigan, can we count on your vote?
We’d be hard pressed to think of a better example than an election to drive home the importance of reliable, fact-driven, local journalism like ours.
Yes, there’s a lot on the line in the presidential race, but your daily life may be even more impacted by the local races and ballot measures.
And as you wait for results, we know that the last thing you want is wild speculation and conjecture about how Michigan will vote.
As a reader, you know the value of our thoroughly-researched reporting that explains complex and nuanced issues. You also know Bridge won’t be chasing every exit poll in an effort to “be first” with election results — we would rather get it right.
We’ve been here for you in the lead up to this historic election, analyzing political advertisements with our Fact Squad coverage, providing daily updates through our Election Tracker and generally providing the thoughtful, data-driven analysis of election-focused issues you’ve come to expect from Bridge Michigan.
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