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Today in MI: Kid Rock to Stump for John James In Novi and Last Minute Budget Fixes On Tap in Lansing

Kid Rock is back in the U.S. Senate race for Michigan – this time stumping for another candidate – John James.  From MIRS News: “Republican U.S. Senate candidate John JAMES announced today Kid ROCK will attend his 6 p.m. June 12 campaign rally at Novi’s Suburban Collection Showplace along with Rob O’NEILL, a combat veteran …

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The Sandy Pensler Problem – You can’t run from your record…or your own words [with VIDEO]

The Republican primary for U.S. Senate has certainly amped up over the last two weeks but the Pensler campaign seems to have a big problem – the candidate. Earlier this year, it was revealed that although Sandy Pensler left the state of Michigan for New York City in the mid …

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Hang on to your britches and get ready for November. Read on…

Not Fake News.  From Forbes.com  –  Democrats Release Tax Hike Plan This week, Congressional Democrats released a detailed tax hike plan that they promised to implement if given majority control of the House and Senate after the 2018 midterm elections. So much for the crocodile tears about the deficit–Democrats want to raise taxes not to reduce …

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ICYMI: John James releases first TV ad and the Detroit News has an interesting discussion on race for Michigan Gov.

Republican U.S. Senate candidate John James has taken to the airwaves with his first TV ad.  Let us know what you think.  You can watch it here: Be the first to watch our new tv ad! And don’t forget to retweet to let your friends and family know that John …

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Michigan Supreme Court Justices Elizabeth Clement and Kurtis Wilder Launch Re-election Campaigns [WITH VIDEO]

Justices Clement and Wilder sent out the following release this morning announcing their intention to continue to serve on the Michigan Supreme Court Lansing, MI – Today Michigan Supreme Court Justices Kurtis Wilder and Elizabeth Clement launched their campaign for re-election vowing to work together on the campaign trail in …

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Sparks Fly Over Placing Anti-Prevailing Wage Measure on the Ballot – Group to Proceed to Court of Appeals

Yesterday, the Board of State Canvassers (BSC) deadlocked on party lines on approving the prevailing wage repeal ballot initiative.  There are two Republicans and two Democrats on the Board.  The two Republicans went with the recommendation from the Secretary of State to place it on the ballot.  The two Dems …

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