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Sen. Stabenow will not seek another term in Washington

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U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan says she will not seek reelection in 2024.

The long-serving Democrat made the announcement Thursday, one that opens up a Senate seat in a key swing state.

Stabenow, who is 72 and was elected in 2000, says she plans on stepping away from the seat on January 3 of 2025.

Her decision comes just months after Democrats held onto control of the Senate, where she has become part of the party leadership. Her party already faces a difficult electoral map in the 2024 election.

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DrScottD January 6, 2023 at 2:15 pm

The votes in the last several elections here in Michigan have seen unusual events that occur in just a few areas of the State.
Detroit or Wayne County, Ann Arbor, and couple other places in particular have witnessed unusual experiences after the closing of the election time, which has not yet been fully forensic investigated.
Despite many people who sworn affidavits or Jurats under penalty of perjury of their eyewitness to election issues, illegal activities, and outright abuse, such indepth investigation(s) have been denied, blocked, or diminished into nothing more than cursory minimal value.

We’ve come to Michigan and built our home in Cass County with the hope of living here. We’ve got many friends that we love and appreciate, neighbors who watch for each other if needed, and got involved with our communities when we can. However now, we don’t believe that our election system can be trusted because of the experiences that occur elsewhere in this State.
Today, January 6th, secretary of state Jocelyn Benson is receiving the presidential citizens award by President Biden, for her work in the elections. So, I congrats to her for this one and wish her well. One comment that I hope will penetrate her and those who coordinated possible election maladministration issues with this continuing blocking of full forensic audit; only people with something to hide would fight this hard to keep things hidden. We hope that you will stop doing this and open up to the American Citizens of Michigan that have been and are requesting a full forensic audit of our elections.

Charles U Farley January 6, 2023 at 3:18 pm

Benson, Nessel, and Whitmer were all part of the steal. You will get no honesty out of them, as releasing the truth would only incriminate themselves. Even mentioning it will have Nessel filing charges against you, so be careful! (Slight exaggeration, but not much…)

I would tell you to move, but honestly the fraud in serveral states (MI being one of them) is enough to sink the nation. What recourse do states with election integrity (Indiana and Florida, for example) against states with blatant fraud in national elections like Michigan and Arizona? There is no place to run from this one…

Adam January 7, 2023 at 8:36 am

Watch Mayor Pete run for that open seat. He moved out of Sad Bend, Indiana to Muskegon Michigan now. The liberals in that state might just be stupid enough to elect him. Who would have thought horrible governor would have been reelected.

Adam January 7, 2023 at 4:39 pm

Correction, he moved to Traverse City, Michigan. A wealthy liberal community were people have summer homes.


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