This survey from the League of Women Voters of Michigan is pretty straightforward. It’s a nonpartisan series of three questions, and they do not make any endorsements. Their handy Voting & Election Information page can connect Michigan voters to the responses of other candidates throughout the state. People who live in Clinton County might be interested to look into the responses of the Democratic and Republican candidates of the 24th State Senate District, as well as the responses of the Democratic candidate, Jeff Holmes, of the 4th U.S. Congressional District (the Republicans did not respond).
At the time of writing, all of the responses that can be accessed from the website are those submitted for the primary elections on August 5th, and haven’t yet been updated for the general election.
My own responses to the survey can be viewed here (http://www.lwvmi.org/documents/VG2014P.SR093.pdf). I updated it a bit for the general election, but you can generally expect to see the same thing when they update it, if they do decide to do so. I was the only candidate in this State House district to respond at the time of the primary survey. I don’t know if either of the other two now running in the general (there is an Independent running) have responded to the general election survey.
Well, that’s it for this survey. If you have any questions or comments, you can leave them at this blog in the comments section or you can write me at firstname.lastname@example.org