The crowded race for 13th Congressional District representative got a little slimmer this week. Detroit attorney Godfrey Dillard didn’t have enough valid signatures of qualified voters to make the Aug. 7 primary ballot, according to the Wayne County clerk’s office. Dillard turned in 1,735 signatures by the May 15 filing deadline. But a review found he didn’t … Continue Reading →
Detroit News political reporters ferret out what's really going on in Lansing and Washington D.C.
Some Michigan Democratic lawmakers were quick to blast presumed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney today in light of revelations that he bullied classmates as a student at Cranbrook School while his father, George Romney, was governor of Michigan. The Washington Post reported Thursday that Romney led a prep school posse in the spring of 1965 … Continue Reading →