Former Detroit police chief takes step towards GOP run for governor in Michigan - News Summed Up

Former Detroit police chief takes step towards GOP run for governor in Michigan


Former Detroit Police Chief James Craig on Wednesday announced he was setting up what he described as an exploratory committee as he moves closer to running for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in Michigan. "I’m opening an exploratory committee to help me think about a run for governor for the state of Michigan," Craig said in a campaign style video. "This is about leading from the front, keeping people safe, which is a core responsibility, solving problems, that’s what Michigan needs." WHAT FORMER DETROIT POLICE CHIEF CRAIG TOLD FOX NEWS ABOUT POTENTIAL MICHIGAN GUBERNATORIAL RUNIn a statement, Craig touted that "I led as chief of police — and began my life — on the streets of Detroit. Craig would join seven Republicans who are already running for governor, including conservative commentator Tudor Dixon and chiropractor and anti-lockdown activist Garrett Soldano.


Source: Fox News July 21, 2021 19:18 UTC



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