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This week: Whitmer Gets Roughed Up in Dem Debate by El-Sayed then by the GOP for Breaking the Law and Several Groups Make Endorsements for House and Senate

3 min read  –  Gretchen Whitmer had a tough week.  In Wednesday’s Democratic debate – Whitmer was repeatedly attacked by fellow candidate Adul El-Sayed for being controlled by corporate special interests and having a 527 riddled with corporate donations.  He didn’t say once or twice.  He went to the well …

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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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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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Michigan Dem Convention Taken Over by Progressive Wing

Sometimes you have to read between the lines.  Or rearrange the lines to see the real story.  That’s the case in Sunday’s  Detroit Free Press regarding the 2018 Michigan Democratic convention.  In short, there’s been a major shift in the Democratic Party…one that must not be ignored.  From the article, …

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From the Detroit Free Press, Vice President Mike Pence is expected to travel to Michigan on Friday to raise money and speak about President Donald Trump’s agenda, the website Politico reported Monday. The America First event will be at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel Detroit Hotel downtown starting at 4:30 p.m., according …

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