SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) – Todd Courser is looking to add a new moniker these days.

The former state Representative is bringing his brand of conservative talk to the airwaves.

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Courser will be hosting a one-hour show on Superstation 910AM Saturday afternoons.

Courser, a Republican who came into office with tea party backing, left office in disgrace after a botched attempt to cover-up an affair with Republican Representative Cindy Gamrat. He resigned last year in order to avoid expulsion over the issue. The House expelled Gamrat.

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Undaunted by the Michigan State Police investigation into misconduct in office — Courser and Gamrat ran unsuccessfully for their former House seats.

While still facing criminal charges in connection with the above scandal — Courser announced his run for Lapeer County prosecutor last week.

Mort Meisner, spokesman for Superstation 910AM told WWJ that the Lapeer-area Republican will host the radio show on Saturdays taking calls from listeners and “talking about inside politics, why he’s running for prosecutor and the heavy-handedness by his own party as a freshman Representative.”

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Courser’s first hour-long show is this Saturday at 4 p.m.