Michigan 2014 election

9:54 am
Wed April 24, 2013

Republican operatives weigh options for U.S. Senate race next year

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Congressman Mike Rogers seen as solid choice for Senate, Representative Justin Amash as the anti-establishment candidate
Longtime Michigan Republican operatives are open about their desire see Rep. Mike Rogers run in the state's open-seat Senate race, but they're worried Rep. Justin Amash -- who possesses little regard for the GOP establishment -- won't let the possibility of a damaging primary derail his ambition for a seat in the upper chamber.
8:29 pm
Tue April 23, 2013

Democrats urge Congressman Gary Peters to run for Senate

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Southeast Michigan lawmaker had big fundraising first quarter. Reps. Justin Amash and Mike Roger considered possible Republican candidates for Senate
Washington - U.S. Rep. Gary Peters raised more money in the first quarter of this year than two other fellow representatives combined who are also considering a run for U.S. Senate. Peters, D-Bloomfield Township, is eyeing a campaign for Senate in 2014 with the retirement of Sen. Carl Levin, D-Detroit.
6:52 pm
Mon April 22, 2013

Poll finds Snyder in dead heat with Schauer, Stupak

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Former Congressman Mark Schauer of Battle Creek is a point ahead of Governor Snyder in EPIC-MRA poll despite little name recognition
Even though a big majority of recently polled Michigan voters don't know who Democrats Mark Schauer and Bart Stupak are, the two politicians are in a dead heat with Gov. Rick Snyder in head-to-head matchups for the 2014 gubernatorial election.
9:46 am
Sun April 21, 2013

Debbie Dingell says she won't run for U.S. Senate

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Congressman Gary Peters appears to be front-runner for Democratic nomination next year
Washington -- Debbie Dingell, a long-time Democrat and member of the Wayne State board of governors, said Saturday she will not run for U.S. Senate to replace Carl Levin.
6:40 am
Mon April 8, 2013

Poll gives Congressman Mike Rogers early advantage in GOP Senate race

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Grand Rapids Congressman Justin Amash and former Secretary of State Terry Lynn Land among others in poll for next year's Senate race
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers is leading the pack among potential Republican candidates to replace U.S. Sen. Carl Levin next year, early polling shows. One of the two polls - a survey released by Lansing-based Marketing Resource Group - showed that Rogers, who lives in Howell, has a strong base of support among mid-Michigan voters and conservative and pro-life voters statewide.