As Chad Livengood noted from Crains Detroit, the latest poll released on the Michigan Governor race for the Republican Primary – Schuette still holds on to a commanding lead over Lt. Gov. Brian Calley. The survey had Schuette up 22 points. See more below.
#MIGOV: Ahead of Thursday night’s Republican primary debate on @Local4News in Detroit, pollster for the pro-Schuette Super PAC Better Jobs Stronger Families says their internal polling last week had the race at Schuette 45%, Calley 23%, “with 29% hard undecided.” pic.twitter.com/7UBsi4Z7fD
— Chad Livengood (@ChadLivengood) June 27, 2018
MICHIGAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Also big in the news was the announcement from the Michigan Chamber of Commerce that they had decided to endorse John James in the U.S. Senate GOP Primary and Tom Leonard for Attorney General. Along with the infrastructure and credibility of the Michigan Chamber – comes financial backing which should serve both of these campaigns well heading into the final Primary stretch.