Police are investigating a break in at Congressman Hansen Clarke’s offices in Detroit.
Michigan voters will choose a Republican to take on Democratic U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow and could change history by dropping one or both of the state’s two black congressmen in Tuesday’s primary election.
U.S. Rep. Hansen Clarke appears to be an underdog again as endorsements and campaign cash flow to U.S. Rep. Gary Peters, whose home turf is Oakland County, where almost half the14th district’s voters live.
“… Don’t cheapen people like that, that’s been the problem in metro Detroit, we’ve appealed based on the worst of people and look what’ happened to our city — look at it.”
13th District U.S. Representative Hansen Clarke will introduce legislation this week that would place a moratorium on home foreclosures.
Hansen Clarke believes that the fiscal health of Detroit is just too important for Washington not to step in and do something and he spoke with Charlie Langton about his thoughts. What can be done for Detroit? […]
U.S. Rep. Hansen Clarke of Detroit is kicking off his campaign for re-election to Congress.
Gary Peters is outpacing Hansen Clarke nearly two-to-one in the fundraising department.
A couple of incumbent Democrat Congressmen are campaigning in a re-drawn district for the first time.
A couple of lawmakers from Michigan are helping needy veterans get back on their feet. Congressman Hansen Clarke and Congressman John Conyers Jr. are hosting the Veteran’s Resource Fair on Thursday in Detroit.