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Reply #7: Horsepucky! Nancy Skinner is BETTER known than Peters to most Michiganders... [View All]

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PassingFair Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-25-07 11:53 PM
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7. Horsepucky! Nancy Skinner is BETTER known than Peters to most Michiganders...
Edited on Sun Nov-25-07 11:55 PM by PassingFair
Peters is an obscure ex-state senator and former LOTTERY COMMISSIONER for cripes sake.

Skinner NARROWLY lost her last election while being OUTSPENT nearly SEVEN TO ONE!

And NO help from Rahm Emanuel and the "New Dems" of the DCCC, thank you VERY MUCH!

http://thehill.com/campaign-2008/peters-to-challenge-kn...

snip>"Peters had been heavily recruited by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), which set its eyes upon Knollenberg almost instantly after he beat a relatively unknown challenger, Democrat Nancy Skinner, by only 5 points.

Peters is a former state senator and Navy reservist who narrowly lost an attorney general race in 2002. He was appointed to his current post by Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D) but will leave it Friday to accept a part-time position as a professor at Central Michigan University."

Notice I DON'T SLAM Peters OR his supporters.

They have a right to run and VOTE.

After all, this IS a primary.

Jeez.
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