• Michigan Candidates Earn Major Endorsements

    Two Michigan candidates for 2018 picked up big out-of-state endorsements today. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker endorsed Bill Schuette’s bid for Governor, and Florida Senator Marco Rubio endorsed John James in his bid for U.S. Senate. Both Walker and Rubio were Republican presidential candidates in 2016, and their name recognition and experience could help convince Michigan voters to support the candidates.

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  • Calley Enters Gubernatorial Race

    Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley announced this morning that he is running to be the next Governor of Michigan. Governor Rick Snyder is term-limited and cannot run again. His campaign is pledging to “Continue the Comeback” of the Snyder-Calley administration.

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  • Pence Backs Schuette in Governor Race

    Vice President Mike Pence signaled support of Attorney General Bill Schuette’s gubernatorial campaign by way of a campaign donation today. Great America Committee, a political action committee (PAC) run by Pence, is donating $6,800 to Schuette’s campaign.

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  • Sandy Pensler Joins GOP Senate Field

    Businessman Sandy Pensler announced this morning that he is running to unseat Senator Debbie Stabenow in 2018. This comes only three days after Congressman Fred Upton said no to a Senate campaign. Pensler said, “It’s time to make Michigan first in job creation, wages and opportunity.”

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  • Elections Don’t Have Consequences

    At CPAC 2013, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) stated definitively, “ObamaCare should be repealed root and branch.” Four years later, McConnell is now the Majority Leader, and Donald Trump is the President of the United States. We are seven months into this Congress, and 6 months into Trump’s Presidency. After several failed attempts in both houses of Congress to alter Obama’s signature bill slightly, ObamaCare still stands, root, branch, and even leaf.

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Nessel Plays the Woman Card

Dana Nessel is a Democratic candidate for Michigan Attorney General in 2018, and she wants you to vote for her because she’s a woman. In a campaign video released on November 27, Nessel called for an all-female Democratic ticket in 2018 to prevent sexual assault and harassment. WARNING: Content below may be unsuitable for all readers. Nessel (D-Detroit) told voters

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A Tale of Two Senators

This afternoon, Senator Jeff Flake (R-Arizona) announced that he will be retiring at the end of his term in January 2019. Flake used his retirement speech to criticize President Trump and his demeanor. The way I see it, Flake’s biggest issue has nothing to do with whether or not he is critical of the President. It has everything to do with the betrayal of his promises. However, conservative commentator Sean Hannity equates Flake to Senator Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska)…

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