Prosperity for Michigan has spent $275,000 to run television ads in Michigan in the final weeks before the Aug. 7 primary election.
ublican U.S. Senate candidates Pete Hoekstra and Clark Durant finished their first-quarter fundraising with about the same amount of cash on hand, $1.5 million, but are far behind Democratic incumbent Debbie Stabenow’s $7 million.
U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s campaign is reporting that the Michigan Democrat raised over $1.2 million in the last three months of 2011, leaving her with a $5.9 million campaign chest.
The group is sponsoring a Senate debate Saturday at Central Michigan University and plans to return to old a straw poll and decide which candidate will get the group’s backing leading up to the August GOP primary.
Until now, Michigan’s various Tea Party groups have more or less done their own thing. But there’s a move afoot to unite as one big family.
Durant picked up money from House Speaker John Boehner and made a haul in the Grosse Pointes.
Charter school magnate Clark Durant kicks off his Republican campaign for U.S. Senate with a jab at the GOP front-runner and the Democrat he wants to replace.
Charter school executive Clark Durant has joined the race to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow in 2012, taking on former Congressman Pete Hoekstra.
Yet another Republican challenger for Senator Debbie Stabenow, as Detroit Educator Clark Durant eyes a bid for the U.S. Senate.