Stateside: Michigan on Super Tuesday sidelines; districts profit off classes for homeschoolers
Today on Stateside, as Super Tuesday results roll in, Michigan voters wait on the sidelines and watch their candidate choices dwindle. Plus, we take a look at Mike Bloomberg’s massive campaign spending efforts in Michigan.
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As number of candidates shrinks, Michigan voters watch Super Tuesday from the sidelines
- Brian Dickerson is editorial page editor for the Detroit Free Press.
Did you vote for a candidate who dropped out? Here's how to change your absentee ballot.
- Emma Winowiecki is a digital producer at Michigan Radio.
Public school districts turn to homeschool programs for added revenue
- Mike Wilkinson is reporter for Bridge Magazine. You can find his reporting on how some districts profit by offering elective courses for homeschool students here.
- Abigail Censky is the politics and government reporter for WKAR.
Dissecting Democrat candidates' spending in Michigan so far
- Craig Mauger is a political reporter for the Detroit News.
Republicans can vote for presidential candidate next week, but major questions saved for August primary
- Rick Pluta is Michigan Radio's Capitol bureau chief.