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'Should Read' looks at Michigan races for governor, U.S. Senate and Supreme Court

  With the Nov. 4 election just around the corner, there's a couple 'should reads' out there for people trying to decipher Michigan's high-profile and tight races for governor and U.S. Senate,  and a terse look at TV ad spending in judicial races for the state's highest court.
  Inside Michigan Politics put together a panel to assess the outcomes of Michigan's contests for governor between incumbent Republican Rick Snyder and Democrat Mark Schauer, and for U.S. Senate between Republican Terri Lynn Land and Democratic U.S. Rep. Gary Peters.
  And the nonpartisan Justice At Stake breaks down known spending on television ads in Michigan's contests for supreme court seats this year, postulating that it's the most known amount spent in the state's judicial election history.


  1. tjat a must read? What a waste of time-no info at all !!!!!

  2. Nice Info! There are many people who are participated in the elections but not for the welfare of society but for self profit.

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