The debates, the arguments, the negative advertising are over. And the results are in. Now, it’s time for more debates and arguments (but hopefully no TV spots) about what those election results portend for Detroit, Michigan and the nation.

One Detroit’s team of journalists – Christy McDonald, Stephen Henderson and Nolan Finley – will take a deep dive into the results and their ramifications on tomorrow’s show, which you can watch at 7:30 p.m. on DPTV (56.1) and on our website.

In the meantime, One Detroit and its partners in the Detroit Journalism Cooperative were on duty yesterday working late into the night reporting on the election and its consequences:


Bridge Magazine

Overnight, it’s a new Michigan. Women sweep to power in change election

Michigan approves recreational marijuana. What you need to know

What Gretchen Whitmer promises to do as Michigan’s next governor



2018 Elections Results: Statewide

Proposal 3 Passes, Automatic Voter Registration Available for Michiganders

Tlaib Wins Michigan’s 13th Congressional Race


Michigan Radio

Election analysis: Schuette’s message fails to connect, Stabenow’s Senate win unimpressive

Recreational marijuana ballot proposal passes

In close race, Slotkin beats incumbent Bishop in 8th Congressional District