Monthly Archives: July 2022

The Stretch Drive (Guest: Zach Gorchow)

The primary voting ends next Tuesday at 8 p.m. with multiple key battles brewing. The most visible is, of course, the most-bizarre-ever Republican primary for the right to take on Gretchen Whitmer in November, a campaign with five candidates who have never held public office beyond the local level. A week out polling still showed … Continue reading The Stretch Drive (Guest: Zach Gorchow)

The GOP enters the home stretch (Guest: David Eggert)

With just two weeks until the primary election, nearly 40% of Republican voters haven’t made up their mind  between the five candidates. Three candidates are in a statistical tie; adding to the uncertainty is the impact of Democratic crossover votes, and whether Donald Trump will endorse a candidate. Also on this week’s agenda: Joining the … Continue reading The GOP enters the home stretch (Guest: David Eggert)

Jeff’s Pants (Guest: John Lindstrom)

The absentee ballots have been mailed with many Republican voters still making up their minds on their candidate to take on Gretchen Whitmer? Which Bill Lie, anti-choice, pro-Trump, tax-cut-promising candidate to choose? Did Wednesday’s debate provide any clarification? The debate did, though, give an hour of TV exposure to a series of factual misstatements, conspiracy … Continue reading Jeff’s Pants (Guest: John Lindstrom)