The first link I’ll post is from the website Michigan Voters Guide, which is a useful search tool to look up information on candidates throughout Michigan. My specific district is found here (http://votersguide.michigan.com/race-detail.do?id=13324836), and of this writing, I am the only candidate in this House District to have completed the Voters Guide.
The second link is from the M-Live Voter Guide, which provides another good tool for information on races throughout the state. As of this post, the M-Live Guide isn’t up right now (thought it was up previously for the primary election). When it does become live, I expect that this link (http://thevoterguide.mlive.com/race-detail.do?id=13312192) will take you to the correct page.
Of these two surveys, I prefer the Detroit Free Press guide because it allowed me to answer each question with a reasonable word limit. The M-Life guide, as I remember it, had five yes/no questions that were about some rather contentious issues. I prefer having dialogues about issues, rather than just answering yes/no questions, which I believe actually stifle the free exchange of ideas.