Stories tagged: "John James"


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Michigan Election Results: The 2020 Winners from the State’s Top Races

From the presidential race to local proposals, here’s your hub for how Michigan votes on the most heated seats and statewide races this November.

LIVE BLOG: Save This Page To Get Michigan Updates On Election Day 2020

The ‘Gander will have your on-the-ground look at what’s happening inside Michigan’s precincts during an extraordinary election.

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The Deeply Personal Health Care Issues at the Center of Michigan’s Senate Race

We look at where Sen. Gary Peters and opponent John James stand on the health issues that matter most to Michiganders.

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Here’s How Badly Detroiters Were Left Behind by PPP

Detroit was doubly disadvantaged in efforts to get PPP support, and this watchdog group is demanding Congress do better.

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How John James Got $2M in Tax Breaks for Jobs He Never Created

Senate candidate John James' company, Renaissance Global Logistics, is built on a history of tax avoidance and breaking deals with Michigan.

FILE - In this combination of 2018 and 2019 file photos are, from left, Democratic U.S. Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mich., and Republican U.S. Senate candidate John James. James says his campaign raised $4.8 million in the last three months. The fundraising total topped first-term Democratic Sen. Peters despite Peters raising $4 million — his biggest quarterly haul to date. (AP Photos, File)
Both Gary Peters and John James Are Unopposed, But Their Senate Primaries Still Matter

Turnout and protest votes in a primary can signal how well a candidate is connected to their base. For one Senate candidate in particular, that makes an unopposed primary still important

A screencapture from leaked footage of a small fundraiser for John James.
EXCLUSIVE: Leaked Video Shows John James Turning Back on ‘Nonpartisan’ Politics He Promised

Video obtained by The 'Gander shows John James is much more partisan when with small groups of donors.