Michigan State Representative Recalled

State Representative Paul Scott is the first Michigan lawmaker since 1983 to be recalled. Scott was targeted by the Michigan Education Association for his support of changes to the state’s teacher tenure law and budget cuts to education funding. Read and hear more from Michigan Radio.

Recall Attempts Face Long Odds Of Success

While Michigan’s Constitution gives citizens the right to recall all elected officials (except judicial officials), the odds of even getting to the ballot — let alone actually recalling a state lawmaker — are very low.

Recalling Snyder Not Likely, Analysts Predict

A group trying to recall Governor Rick Snyder faces a steep battle, according to some political analysts.