For the March 10 election, you can choose to vote in the Republican or Democratic presidential primaries on a ballot that will give you all the local proposals as well, or you can choose a nonpartisan ballot that lets you only vote on all local ballot questions.
All East Lansing voters will be asked about a possible land sale from the City of East Lansing to MSUFU.
Almost 600 young people voted at East Lansing's City Hall on Tuesday, and that meant long lines and a local win for Bernie Sanders. What else happened here on Election Day? ELi's Chris Gray has the scoop.
Hundreds of mostly MSU student voters faced up to a three-hour wait to vote at East Lansing City Hall, as the City Clerk’s staff was overwhelmed trying to process the flood. ELi's Chris Gray reports from the scene.
If voters okay the land sale, MSUFCU is looking to build to the max height allowed, without tax incentives. But East Lansing’s Planning Director says there may yet be a TIF. ELi’s Alice Dreger reports.
The East Lansing City Clerk’s Office is looking to hire and train election inspectors for 17 precincts — including five on MSU's campus — to work during the March 10 primary election. ELi's Ken Sperber reports.
Ruth Beier is signaling in word and deed that she intends to be a different kind of mayor than her predecessor, at least in certain respects. What have we seen changing in East Lansing under her leadership?