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Catholics Boast Largest Plurality of State Lawmakers in a Dozen Years; Churches Identified with Pro-Life Position on Abortion Constitute a Majority, Maybe Even a 2/3 Majority
Incumbent Schostak Fends off Insurgent Todd Courser by Only Four Percentage Points to Win Second Term at GOP's Feb. 23 convention in Lansing
Big Labor, Veteran Democratic Pols ---Furious that 2012 Didn't Yield Better Results All the Way Down the Michigan Ballot --- Deep-Six Their Record-Setting Chief Party Official
How Could This Happen? Because, in Wake of 2010 Census, 25 Boards Decided to Downsize to Save Money. Number of Michigan Commissioners Spread Throughout 83 Counties Was Reduced to 622 from 686
State Rep. David Agema (R-Grandville) and ex-Secretary of State Terri Land Upset Incumbents Saul Anuzis and Holly Hughes by Decisive Margins in Detroit's Cobo Hall May 19