The chair of the Iowa Republican Party said Michigan Republicans would have challenges if they ditch a primary for an Iowa-style caucus election. “It’s not an easy task to undertake,” said Matt Strawn, chairman of the Iowa GOP that hosts the first in the nation caucuses Tuesday. Michigan Republicans opted for a Feb. 28 primary to … Continue Reading →
Detroit News political reporters ferret out what's really going on in Lansing and Washington D.C.
Is Mitt Romney a Spartan or a Wolverine? According to his response today in New Hampshire, he bleeds, perhaps, teal. “I’m for both Michigan and Michigan State these days,” Romney said on the campaign trail, according to a tweet from Associated Press political reporter Kasie Hunt, a self-described Wolverine fan. But Romney’s non preference on … Continue Reading →
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney picked up the support from Michigan U.S. Rep. Dave Camp Tuesday, continuing his streak of dominating the Hill endorsements so far. Camp, R-Midland, will also join the National Advisory Committee of the Michigan native and oft-time frontrunner. Romney has netted more endorsements than any other GOP presidential candidate nationwide, but … Continue Reading →