Carol Cain, Mark Brewer, Bankole Thompson, and Bobby Schostak analyze the upcoming election on this week’s edition of Michigan Matters.
“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.”
On Saturday, July 7, the Republican National Committee — in conjunction with Romney for President and the Michigan Republican Party — will host four Super Saturday events at Victory offices in Ann Arbor, Livonia, Utica and Bloomfield Hills.
The two long-time combatants have joined forces to promote a measure that would require Michigan’s major utilities to get 25 percent of their power from renewable sources by 2025.
Small business will lead Michigan to a new future. Armed with that truth, Michigan Matters host Carol Cain finds out how small business is faring in this economy and learns about challenges and opportunities.
Michigan Republicans, who gained a majortiy in both houses of the state Legislature in last week’s elections, have chosen their leadership team.