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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"They're drinking too much Geritol and not enough Gatorade."

- Ed SARPOLUS, of Target Insyght, talking about how younger voters appear unmotivated by either gubernatorial candidates up to now. A recent poll shows 28 percent of voters 18-34 undecided.

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Snyder/Schauer Tied; Peters Pulling Away
"The governor's race is a statistical tie while Democrat Gary PETERS (D-Bloomfield Twp.) appears to be pulling away in the U.S. Senate contest with a 10-point lead, according to survey data from Target Insyght."
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The Top 15 House Seats Most Likely To Flip
"If you're looking for another wave election in 2014, you're going to be disappointed."
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During 1st Town Hall, Snyder Makes His Case On RTW, Education
"(KALAMAZOO) -- Calling out what he sees as "hogwash" and laying out his agenda for four more years, Gov. Rick SNYDER opened a series of campaign town hall meetings tonight at Western Michigan University."
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DHS Meets 48% Of Marks In 5th Child Welfare Settlement Report
"The Department of Human Services (DHS) met 48 percent of its commitments to improve the state's child welfare system in the most recent report due today to a federal judge."
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Snyder Eyes Road Funding Solution Coming In Lame Duck
"(KALAMAZOO) -- Gov. Rick SNYDER says he hopes the Legislature can find a "long-term structural solution" for Michigan's roads during the upcoming Lame Duck session."
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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"They're drinking too much Geritol and not enough Gatorade."

- Ed SARPOLUS, of Target Insyght, talking about how younger voters appear unmotivated by either gubernatorial candidates up to now. A recent poll shows 28 percent of voters 18-34 undecided.