November 21, 2004

Dems, GOP eye governorship, state Legislature, Senate

Michigan's politicians are eyeing the 2006 election, as Republications hope to take back the governorship, and unseat U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow, and Democrats focus on the Legislature. David Bonior, a former Democratic congressman, now a professor of Labor Studies at Wayne State, thinks Granholm will win a second term. "It won't be easy," he said, "But we have a popular governor who's a wonderful communicator. The numbers aren't good I terms of employment and economic development, but she's a forceful figure in her own right.

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