1. November 9, 2022

    White, Behm re-elected to seats on Board of Regents

    Incumbent Democrats Katherine E. White and Michael J. Behm have been re-elected to eight-year terms on the Board of Regents, drawing 25.16% and 24.56% of the statewide vote, respectively.

  2. November 9, 2022

    U-M president, Michigan Medicine CEO react to Proposal 3 passing

    President Santa J. Ono and Michigan Medicine CEO Marschall S. Runge expressed their support for access to comprehensive reproductive health care following the success of a statewide reproductive-rights ballot initiative.

  3. November 8, 2022

    Election Day 2022

    Voters took to the polls at various locations across the Ann Arbor campus on Nov. 8 to cast their ballots in the 2022 midterm election.

  4. November 2, 2022

    Former legislators broadly favor reforming or ending term limits

    As voters in Michigan consider a ballot measure to change the state’s legislative term limits, a survey of former legislators shows overwhelming support for reforming or abolishing the limits.

  5. October 31, 2022

    Profiles of four Board of Regents candidates

    Four candidates running for two seats on the Board of Regents in the Nov. 8 general election provided The University Record with short profiles describing their background and platform.

  6. October 28, 2022

    Voters must wade through political information for accuracy

    In this Q&A, Arthur Lupia, the Gerald R. Ford Distinguished University Professor of Political Science, talks about how voters seek information before going to the polls.

  7. October 28, 2022

    Expert: Four ways Americans can keep their vote secure and accurate

    J. Alex Halderman, one of the nation’s foremost election security experts and a professor of computer science at U-M, recommends steps that voters can take as they head to the polls this November.

  8. October 25, 2022

    U-M experts tackle interaction of social media, democracy

    Social media can be harmful to a functioning democracy, but it has the potential to be helpful — and where it lands has less to do with the technology than how it’s used, according to three U-M business experts.

  9. October 24, 2022

    ‘For Whom the Bell Polls’ uses music to promote the vote

    In preparation for Election Day, U-M community members are invited to vote for the music they want played that day from the carillons in Burton Memorial Tower on Central Campus and Lurie Tower on North Campus.

  10. October 24, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.