Emily BlumbergNews Intern
Emily is a junior at the University of Michigan double majoring in Communications and Creative Writing.
She is a correspondent for The Statement, U-M's student-run weekly magazine, as well as a general news reporter for The Michigan Daily.
Originally from New York, Emily spent this past summer as a Communications Intern at Homes for the Homeless, an NYC-based nonprofit working to combat family homelessness. Though she will always defend the superiority of New York pizza and bagels, Emily loves the city of Ann Arbor and can often be found lost in the stacks of Literati and Dawn Treader Bookstores.
All eligible Michigan voters can request ballots at their local clerk’s office or request a ballot online.
85% of respondents said they are “very confident” that their jurisdiction’s final vote results will be accurate. That’s up from 63% in 2020.
The Michigan attorney general’s Conviction Integrity Unit has received funding for post-conviction DNA testing that it can use to address some of the 1,700 pending claims of wrongful conviction in the state.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen visited the Dearborn Ford facility to talk about the effects of President Joe Biden’s economic policies on businesses and workers.