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Michigan: Triumph over Special Interest Unions
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 February 2012 11:44 Written by rslcpol Wednesday, 29 February 2012 11:44
Last night, Republicans in Michigan celebrate not only their choice for the Republican nomination for President, but the clear and concise victory over the special interest unions that are so damaging to our states. Michigan voters in House District 51 have handed Republican Joseph Graves a convincing victory over a former teacher’s union leader.
This rejection of special interest unions, in a district won by Obama, is a warning to Democrats in Michigan and across the country: Voters are fed up with cronyism and the unaffordable flow of taxpayer funds to union special interests, and want the strong leadership of those who have the skill and will to create jobs in their state Capitols. The RSLC congratulates Representative-elect Joseph Graves on his important victory.