There is a flurry of activity at Cobo Center, as two Democratic party members battle for the chairman’s seat.
You can hear what Schostak also had to say about Brewer’s effectiveness as chairman, and what Brewer had to say about Schostak. Watch Michigan Matters 11:30 a.m. Sunday on CBS 62.
Michigan’s Democratic congressional delegation wants to replace the long-time chairman of the state Democratic Party.
Carol Cain, Mark Brewer, Bankole Thompson, and Bobby Schostak analyze the upcoming election on this week’s edition of Michigan Matters.
Get an in-depth look at the upcoming election from both sides of the table. Plus, Dr. Art Franke and Edith Killins talk about the upcoming 6th annual Cool Blue Monday benefit that Carol Cain will emcee.
“The Congressman McCotter story get stranger and stranger,” said Johnson. “I have had great respect for him, but he just crashed and burned. No one has explained what happened.”
GOP Senate candidate Clark Durant joins Charlie Langton to answer Mark Brewer’s allegations that his charity is a sham.
The Democratic National Committee will hold a Platform Committee meeting next month in Detroit, a major stop on the road to party’s convention in September.
So should Democrats vote in the Republican primary to try to screw it up by voting for an unpopular candidate? Brewer says no.
Michigan secretary of state Ruth Johnson is defending a decision to put Barack Obama’s name on the ballot.