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Michigan Policast for Tuesday, October 5, 2021

  • DNC pollster Celinda Lake on Build Back Better, women's health care
  • Senator Curtis Hertel Jr on the new Michigan budget
  • Some seriously crazy Republicans want to be Michigan's Governor
  • Simon Schuster of Michigan Campaign Finance Network on campaign spending in 2020, 2022
  • Political notes

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Thank you special guest host Jeff Smith 🙂

Haven’t brought this chestnut out in a while. Circa 1974 in front of MSU’s Wonders Hall with these campus radio guys: from left: Scott Westerman, Dr Ed Cohen, Neal Linkon, yours truly – and kneeling: Mike Shelly. (photographer: Donna Shelly) pic.twitter.com/SnOXrp5gjd

— Jeff Smith (@JeffreyGSmith) September 27, 2019

DNC pollster Celinda Lake on Build Back Better, women's health care

I’m heading to Michigan today to visit a union training facility and discuss the need for the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and my Build Back Better Agenda. This is our moment to grow our economy and make our country more competitive by investing in working families.

— President Biden (@POTUS) October 5, 2021

U.S. Rep. Slotkin helping take photo: pic.twitter.com/iSMGea5H8o

— Craig Mauger (@CraigDMauger) October 5, 2021

“We're at an inflection point,” Biden says during remarks to rally support for the bipartisan infrastructure bill and his Build Back Better agenda: “We risk losing our edge as a nation. Our infrastructure used to be the best in the world.” https://t.co/H9n7JJUntx pic.twitter.com/eCBKjiAU50

— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 5, 2021

Merch to save America

Senator Curtis Hertel Jr on the new Michigan budget

A proud moment this morning with @GovWhitmer, @LtGovGilchrist, and Senate Minority Leader @jimananich as the Governor signed the fiscal year 21-22 budget into law! pic.twitter.com/KNjn95w08U

— Senator Curtis Hertel (@CurtisHertelJr) September 29, 2021

Today, I signed our budget that puts Michiganders first. We are coming together to grow the middle class, support small businesses, and invest in our communities. pic.twitter.com/KsXAMtalW4

— Governor Gretchen Whitmer (@GovWhitmer) September 29, 2021

Michigan Gov. Whitmer is at Lansing Community College west campus today to sign $53 billion in spending that will finalize the nearly $70 billion state budget for fiscal year 2022. pic.twitter.com/EKpLzsie2N

— Jonathan Oosting (@jonathanoosting) September 29, 2021

Some seriously crazy Republicans want to be Michigan's Governor

… voters in the Michigan counties Trump carried in 2020 appear to be dying — literally — at an alarming pace.

The latest figures compiled by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and local public health agencies show that per capita deaths attributed to COVID-19 are rising fastest in counties Trump carried decisively in 2020. ~ Brian Dickerson, Detroit Free Press

.@LavoraBarnes, MDP Chair speaking truth to power when comes to these GOP funded and pushed ballots initiatives all meant to make it harder to vote. The @MichiganDems will not sit idly by and allow the decade of people who fought for our right to vote be taken away from them. https://t.co/HqbesmqGcc

— Michigan Democrats (@MichiganDems) October 4, 2021

Simon Schuster of Michigan Campaign Finance Network on campaign spending in 2020, 2022

Michigan elections in 2020 cost nearly 65% more than any other in the state's history. Explore the full cost here: https://t.co/AgTkx7MMrN pic.twitter.com/qtImXGJN8F

— Michigan Campaign Finance Network (@MichiganCFN) October 1, 2021

Political notes

Oakland County Rep. Andrea Schroeder, 57, dies after battling stomach cancer https://t.co/W8R1lPq7ax

— Detroit Free Press (@freep) October 1, 2021

So excited to join @SenGaryPeters and

Oakland County Rep. Andrea Schroeder, 57, dies after battling stomach cancer https://t.co/W8R1lPq7ax

— Detroit Free Press (@freep) October 1, 2021

er.com/MIAttyGen?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@MIAttyGen

in congratulating Michigan’s Solicitor General, Fadwa Hammoud, the first Arab-American Muslim woman to argue a case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court! pic.twitter.com/26ncRHRn8f

— Sen. Debbie Stabenow (@SenStabenow) October 5, 2021

” … that’s why 81 million Americans voted for me, the largest number of votes in American history. Clear majority …”

— President Biden touts his agenda in Michigan pic.twitter.com/nq7IKEJrpU

— The Recount (@therecount) October 5, 2021

‘New information’ prompts feds to review decision not to prosecute FBI agents who handled Nassar probe https://t.co/b1lVlrAEgM

— MLive (@MLive) October 5, 2021

Rep. Andrea Schroeder has died following a recurrence of cancer. Very sorry to hear this. I would recommend reading this lovely piece @KristenShamus wrote in 2019 about Schroeder's determination to continue serving despite an aggressive form of cancer. https://t.co/C5kZRwh0pr

— Zach Gorchow (@ZachGorchow) October 1, 2021

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