Republicans nominate Leonard, Lang for Michigan ticket

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Republicans have nominated Tom Leonard for attorney general and Mary Treder Lang for secretary of state.

Leonard, the state House speaker, defeated state Sen. Tonya Schuitmaker for attorney general on Saturday at a nominating convention in Lansing. Thousands of Republican delegates also backed accountant Mary Treder Lang over former Michigan State University assistant professor Joseph Guzman for secretary of state.

The selections fill out the top of the Republican ticket after gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette and U.S. Senate candidate John James won in the primary. Schuette’s running mate is Kent County Clerk Lisa Posthumus Lyons.

Democrats also are meeting this weekend. They endorsed their attorney general and secretary of state choices in the spring but will officially nominate lawyer Dana Nessel and election expert Jocelyn Benson on Sunday.

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