Governor Gretchen Whitmer has been disastrous for the state of Michigan. The Governor mishandled the Covid-19 pandemic, leading to economic ruin for the state and tens of thousands of deaths from turning nursing homes in to Covid wards.
Instead of fixing her state’s economy and taking accountability for her failures, she attempted to hide behind a kidnapping plot against her that is now falling apart in court, where prosecutors have failed to secure a single conviction.
Michigan is perhaps the most important battleground state in the country and has been a state that President Trump has paid special attention to, making tons of high-level endorsements.
Republicans in the state are energized and ready to fight both Biden and Whitmer’s failed, far-left agenda, leading to a record number of candidates getting on the ballot to oppose Governor Whitmer in this November’s elections.
The Epoch Times Reports–
“Ten GOP candidates for governor of Michigan filed nominating petitions to place their name on the Aug. 2 primary election ballot.
All 10 Republican hopefuls turned in signatures in excess of the 15,000 required by the April 19 filing deadline.
Three of the original 13 declared candidates have dropped out of the race.
If the signatures survive examination for validity by state officials and the challenges of opposing campaigns, the field of 10 will set a record in Michigan for the most candidates within a single party filing for the nomination for the office of governor, according to Michigan Information and Research Services.
The winner of the Aug. 2 primary will earn the right to run against Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, in the Nov. 8 general election.”