Michigan Republican Party

MRP Committeewoman Candidate ‘Cut From Same Cloth As Agema’

A Houghton County woman running to succeed Terri Lynn LAND as the Michigan Republican Party (MRP’s) national committeewoman said Tuesday she and National Committeeman Dave AGEMA ”are cut from the same cloth” in that they are “true to the party platform and are unapologetic … Continue reading

Jase Bolger: GOP’s leadership makes a difference in Michigan

At the state Capitol, we’ve been focused on the needs of Michigan’s hardworking men and women. House Republicans have set the goal of improving career opportunities for Michigan’s workers and their families. When you compare where we were with where … Continue reading

Should Ben Carson Run for Michigan’s Open Senate Seat?

A lot of people seem to want Ben Carson, the pediatric neurosurgeon from Johns Hopkins, to run for president. Dr. Carson himself fed such speculation last week at CPAC. But it might be a good idea for Carson to get … Continue reading

Anuzis would be strong GOP candidate for Senate

While several top politicians have yet to decide on a 2014 run for the U.S. Senate seat of retiring Democratic incumbent Carl Levin, one name stands out amongst hopefuls for the Republican Party nomination. That name is Saul Anuzis. Sure, … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Michigan GOP Convention Results

PRESS RELEASE: Michigan GOP Convention Results LANSING – Michigan Republicans elected conservative leaders this weekend to take the state’s Grand Old Party into the 2014 election. Delegates from across the state gathered at The Lansing Center to select fellow Republicans … Continue reading

Terri Lynn Land For U.S. Senate

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