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August Ballot Has Most Disqualifications In At Least Two Decades

05/19/22 06:54 PM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
August Ballot Has Most Disqualifications In At Least Two Decades
As of today, 23 state-level legislative and judicial candidates have been disqualified from the August 2022 candidate list by the Secretary of State, more than any other cycle in at least 24 years.

Alexander, 2 Maddock Allies Bounced From Ballot

05/18/22 01:55 PM By Emily Michienzi - Comment(s)
Alexander, 2 Maddock Allies Bounced From Ballot
Sen. Betty Jean Alexander (D-Detroit) was disqualified off the August ballot by the Secretary of State's office.

Craig Suggests He Was Victim Of Fraud

05/11/22 09:20 AM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
Craig Suggests He Was Victim Of Fraud
GOP gubernatorial candidate James Craig suggested Tuesday in response to a challenge over his petitions signatures that he was a victim of fraud and forgery committed by his political opponents.

Rinke: 'We Followed The Rules'

05/03/22 03:21 PM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
Rinke: 'We Followed The Rules'
Republican gubernatorial candidate Kevin Rinke praised his campaign team for turning in 21,000 petition signatures that have, for now at least, passed public scrutiny.

Dems Accuse 2 Republican Candidates Of Signature Forgery, Challenge A Third

04/28/22 09:32 AM By John Reurink - Comment(s)
Dems Accuse 2 Republican Candidates Of Signature Forgery, Challenge A Third
Democrats have filed challenges to three GOP MIchigan Gubernatorial candidates and the signatures they filed to make the primary ballot.
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