May 14, 2014

Via FreakOutNation:

Never take power for granted. No matter how long you’ve held a seat, you can still lose it to the voters.

Or, in the case of Representative John Conyers, you can lose it simply by not trying to run in your party’s primary. According to The Hill, Conyers won’t appear on the Democratic primary ballot because he didn’t submit enough valid signatures. From Wayne County Clerk, Cathy Garrett.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“It is my determination that in accordance with the current laws and statutes of the State of Michigan, the nominating petitions filed by Congressman John Con...

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