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— Saul Anuzis, national adviser to Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz and former Michigan Republican Party Chair and GOP National Committeeman
"Inside Michigan Politics provides sharp insights into the Michigan political scene and down-the-middle analysis of who’s winning, losing and why – without ‘fear or favor’ (and without political clichés like that one!) IMP historically and currently is ‘must read.’ (Oops I did it again there!)"
— Michael Patrick Shiels, host of the syndicated radio program, “Michigan’s Big Show”
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— Kelly Rossman-McKinney, CEO and and Principal of Lansing-based Truscott Rossman public relations, 2015 MIRS/EPIC-MRA Insider Survey Most Effective Public Relations Professional
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— Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-MI 12), former Democratic National Committeewoman and Chair of the Wayne State University Board of Governors
Bonus They Said It:
“What’s happened to you people is disgraceful. Mexico is becoming the car capital of the world. … If you get laid off Tuesday, I still want you to vote. I’ll get you a new job. This is why I am leading in Michigan –– I like cars.”
–– Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump bringing down the a Macomb County rally before Michigan’s March 8 primary (3/4).