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Wait like Sheeple for the same folk that have potential for ushering folks into the boxcars? Note what the LEOs are carrying in the video, and that DHS just ordered 7,000 more "Personal Defense Weapons". Wait for them with nothing in my hand? Nah. No thanks. Good for thee, good for me.
RNC, GOP, MI-GOP, take note at the three minute mark. Moderate/Centrist republicans only provide a two wing - same bird pathway of victory for the Democratic Party. Why vote Democrat-lite when you can vote for the real thing? SB59 veto = One Term Nerd.
Gov. Rick Snyder called a special election after the Livonia congressman abruptly resigned, saying it was constitutionally required.
His administration now says it will cancel the $650,000 undertaking in suburban Detroit's 11th District if only one person -- or none -- decides to run.
Candidates have until July 20 to qualify for the ballot by collecting 1,000 valid signatures.
Republican Nancy Cassis of Novi said Friday on public television's "Off the Record" that she may withdraw to avoid a special election, if she's one of only two candidates. Kerry Bentivolio of Milford also plans to run on the GOP ticket.
But .. but .. but, Constitution? Sure thing, Ricky GovernDRIC. And, all I needed to see: Nancy Classless is still .. Classless. Yannow, the MI-GOP really is more fugged up than Hogan's Goat. Keep up the good work, Baghdad Bobby Schostak.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley on Tuesday called for a special election to fill the seat of U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, who resigned suddenly on Friday.
The special primary will be Sept. 5, with a special election to fill the remainder of McCotter's term held in conjunction with the Nov. 6 general election.
A special election would come with new costs for the Wayne and Oakland County municipalities in the district.
According to the governor's office, state election officials estimate it'll cost local government $650,000 for a special election.
Oakland County estimates their costs alone would be in the six figures to print new ballots and for election supplies. Locals would be on the hook for paying for election inspectors, overtime, postage to mail out absentee ballots and applications and paying for elections publication costs.
Confounding the problem is the special election would apply to constituents in the current 11th District Congressional seat, though the voter databases and voter registrations have been adjusted to reflect the new redistricting boundaries in place for the upcoming Aug. 7 primary elections.