(MPRN-Undated) A number of Republican presidential hopefuls are descending on Michigan. Three confirmed and likely candidates made stops across the state on Monday. 

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State Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein says he worked harder than other attorneys to do his job effectively. The Justice, who was born blind, says he also had to work hard to convince people he could do the job. 


Michigan voters go to the polls tomorrow to decide whether to raise the state’s sales tax and boost road funding. 

Dr. Ben Carson is choosing Detroit for a little prayer and politicking today — with a schedule that includes a prayer breakfast with city pastors, an assembly at the Detroit high school that bears his name and the official launch of his presidential campaign. Carson told a Florida TV station Sunday night that he's definitely in the race. And from Detroit, he travels to Iowa for three days of events in the pivotal state where the first presidential caucus of the 2016 election cycle will be held Feb. 1. (Detroit Free Press)

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A final push to convince voters to support a ballot proposal for road funding brought Governor Rick Snyder to Kalamazoo on Friday.