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  • Senator Debbie Stabenow Calls President Obama's Trip To Holland 'Exciting'

    Senator Debbie Stabenow Calls President Obama's Trip To Holland 'Exciting'
    Two days and counting until President Obama pays another visit to Holland, his second time in just over a year. Tuesday, Senator Debbie Stabenow was in the same area talking new clean technologies. Johnson Controls-Saft plant on 48th Street in Holland...
  • Herman Cain Joins Senator Hopeful Pete Hoekstra on Campaign Trail

    Herman Cain Joins Senator Hopeful Pete Hoekstra on Campaign Trail
    Despite pulling out of the race for the White House, Herman Cain is not staying low key. Thursday, Cain put his support behind Republican Pete Hoekstra as the U.S. Senator hopeful launched his “Patriots for Pete Tour”. Cain and Hoekstra...
  • Romney Wins Small In Michigan, Big in Arizona

    Romney Wins Small In Michigan, Big in Arizona
    Mitt Romney staved off disaster by winning Tuesday's primaries in Michigan and Arizona. But the doubts surrounding his candidacy have not been quelled so much as pushed aside for the time being. Arizona, where Romney enjoyed considerable advantages,...
  • Hoekstra's broken English ad draws more criticism

    Hoekstra's broken English ad draws more criticism
    LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A coalition of black ministers in Detroit called Monday for U.S. Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra to apologize for his Super Bowl ad featuring a young Asian woman speaking broken English to describe the impact of the Democratic...
  • Hoekstra Defends Super Bowl Ad

    Hoekstra Defends Super Bowl Ad
    U.S. Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra is defending a campaign ad that ran during the Super Bowl portraying a Chinese woman in broken English in a rice field. “We knew we were taking an aggressive approach on this,” said Hoekstra in a conference...
  • APNewsBreak: Super Bowl ad hits Sen. 'Spenditnow'

    LANSING, Mich. (AP) — U.S. Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra's Super Bowl ad uses images of rice paddies and talk of government overspending to accuse Democratic incumbent Debbie Stabenow of helping China gobble up U.S. debt and jobs. In response, the...
  • Automakers look to Obama for aid

    Detroit automakers and their allies in Congress said yesterday that Barack Obama's victory could help U.S. automakers line up federal funding needed for them to survive the current economic slump. Obama made it clear during his campaign that he...
  • The unfairness of a Fairness Doctrine

    That the Democrats are keen to crack down on conservative talk radio -- crack down on free speech they don't like, that is -- is now impossible to deny. Two approaches are being contemplated. The one getting the most attention involves creating a new...
  • Senate women Dems' campaign checklist

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown After a primrary season divided between two of their colleagues, the Democratic women of the Senate rallied together behind a 10-item Checklist for Change they said they would pursue through the rest of the election season.......
  • Obama, McCain sell bailout, hate it, too

     
    by Christi Parsons GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.--As if peddling a product with a $700 billion price tag wasn't hard enough, the two traveling salesmen for the Wall Street bailout have an added challenge: John McCain and Barack Obama have to make......
  • Obama puts Moran, Pfeiffer in key jobs

     
    by Christi Parsons Ellen Moran, executive director of EMILY's List, will join Barack Obama's White House as director of communications. And Dan Pfeiffer, a key Obama communications strategist and sopkesman, will serve as deputy director of communications....