Detroit, MI – Michigan Democrats gathered in Detroit this past weekend to try and get an early start on their November ticket.
The thinking - according to party chair Mark Brewer -- is that by choosing the Democrats running for attorney general and secretary of state now, Michigan Democrats will give their candidates a jump on the competition in organizing for a general election campaign and reaching out to the public.
Detroit, MI – The three Democrats seeking their party's nomination for governor appeared at a forum in Detroit Sunday. It was an opportunity for about 80 people who bought tickets to a Democratic fundraiser to get a closer look at the candidates.
Michigan Democrats have chosen Wayne State University election law professor Jocelyn Benson to be the party's nominee for secretary of state on the November ballot. A special convention also tapped Genessee County Prosecutor David Leyton to be the nominee for attorney general.
The high school class of 2011 will be the first group of students to graduate under Michigan's new curriculum signed into law four years ago. Governor Granholm used her weekly radio address to discuss the importance of the more challenging new standards.
Michigan Democrats will gather in Detroit this weekend for a special convention to select the party's candidates for attorney general and secretary of state. 15 thousand Democrats from across the state are expected to participate.