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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"I was going to lose this race by 10 points. I should send them a thank-you card and a little bouquet for drawing attention to this race."

- Bradley MAY, Democratic 51st House District candidate, after the Michigan Republican Party (MRP) issued a press release highlighting his past criminal record from a time during which he said he battled depression, anxiety and substance abuse.

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Whitmer Urges Women To Honor Ginsburg By Voting
"U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG reportedly died this evening at age 87, leaving behind "a lot of women who are feeling worried right now about what this means for the future of our country," said Gov. Gretchen WHITMER."
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Judge: Ballots Postmarked Nov. 2 Can Be Counted 2 Weeks After Election
"A state judge is allowing ballots postmarked no later than the day before the presidential election and received by the deadline to certify election results -- which is 14 days after the election -- to be counted like any other provisional ballot, a judge ruled today."
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House Republican Leadership Races Taking Shape
"Rep. Jason WENTWORTH (R-Clare) wrapped up the race for House Republican leader for the 2021-22 term more than a year ago, but the remaining leadership posts are still in play against chatter around town about what his preferences might be."
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"He hates to predict 6 million Michiganders will cast a ballot by the Nov. 3 general election, but Mark GREBNER of Practical Political Consultants feels COVID-19 will chase some people away from the polls."
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Supremes Allow Flavored Vaping To Continue
"The Michigan Supreme Court took a pass on looking into a suit that has effectively allowed vape shops to continue offering flavored options outside of the Governor's emergency rules."
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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"I was going to lose this race by 10 points. I should send them a thank-you card and a little bouquet for drawing attention to this race."

- Bradley MAY, Democratic 51st House District candidate, after the Michigan Republican Party (MRP) issued a press release highlighting his past criminal record from a time during which he said he battled depression, anxiety and substance abuse.