2014 Election

4:08 pm
Fri October 17, 2014

Portage State House Candidate Admits Not Telling Truth About Drunk Driving Conviction

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Brandt Iden was convicted on a drunk driving charge in northern Michigan in 2010.
KALAMAZOO, MI - The Republican candidate running for the 61st District seat in the Michigan House of Representatives acknowledged Thursday that he lied on his MLive Voter Guide questionnaire when he was asked if he had ever been arrested or convicted of a crime.
2:37 pm
Thu October 2, 2014

Romney Campaigns for Michigan GOP

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The former Massachusetts governor paid special attention to the U.S. Senate race between Republican Terri Lynn Land and Democrat Gary Peters.
LIVONIA - Mitt Romney returned to his home state today to help rally Republicans leading up to the Nov. 4 general election. The former Massachusetts Governor, twice failed presidential candidate and son of popular former Michigan Gov. George Romney, headlined the rally at Laurel Manor, which was designed to create enthusiasm and turnout for the Nov.
Election 2014
8:18 am
Mon September 29, 2014

WSW: Justin Amash Seeks Another Term in Congress

Justin Amash
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Republican Congressman Justin Amash says he wants to ensure that people's rights and civil liberties are protected.

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Election 2014
10:41 am
Thu September 18, 2014

WSW: Lorence Wenke Seeks Senate Seat as a Libertarian

Lorence Wenke
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Former State Representative Lorence Wenke is running for office again, this time with a different political party. 

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10:58 am
Fri August 29, 2014

Democrat's Lead in US Senate Race Erodes

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Republican Terri Lynn Land has seen her support jump by three percent since the last poll.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Gary Peters continues to hold a lead over Republican Terri Lynn Land in the race for Michigan's open U.S. Senate seat - but it's shrinking. With less than 10 weeks until the election, Peters, D-Bloomfield Township, had a 45%-39% lead over Land, a two-time former Michigan secretary of state, said a survey of 600 likely voters completed Monday by EPIC-MRA of Lansing.

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