The polls have closed and results from the primary election are coming in from across the state.
Michigan election officials won’t appeal a decision that puts Detroit Congressman John Conyers on the August primary ballot.
A judge has ordered that Detroit Congressman John Conyers be placed on the August primary ballot.
The Secretary of State’s office said Friday it found problems with the Democrat’s nominating petitions.
“Weight is part of that impression that people form about others,” said study author Patricia Roehling.
Clerk’s office staffers determined the longtime congressman only collected 600 valid petition signatures.
Wayne County Clerk staffers have determined Congressman John Conyers does not have enough valid signatures to have his name put on the August Primary ballot.
Political consultant Steve Hood says no. “…People in the player community wouldn’t say that was a mistake; she was beautiful…”
Former Detroit Police Chief Warren Evans and current Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano will make a run for the county’s top job.
Snyder made it official, filing for reelection Thursday in Lansing.