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Walling Re-Elected, Scott Ousted

The votes are in after yesterday's elections and Flint Mayor Dayne Walling will continue in that roll for another four-years after beating challenger Darryl Buchanan. In unofficial counts from the Genesee County Clerk's website, Walling received 8,819 votes to Buchanan's 6,869

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Senator John Gleason Issues Statement on Recall Efforts

State Senator John Gleason (D-Flushing) issued a statement today to clarify his stance on recall efforts and to make clear that he has not offered his support for either side of any recall campaign in Michigan

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MI Reg. Council of Carpenters Sends Letter to Members Urging Them to Vote Against Scott Recall

The Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters sent out a letter to its members today urging them to vote against the recall of embattled Representative Paul Scott of Grand Blanc.

The letter dated October 31 and authored by Mike Jackson, Executive Secretary/Treasurer of the MRCC, says "the recall attempt is uncalled for" and "there is nothing in Paul Scott's conduct as an elected official or in his personal affairs to warrant removal from office

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Jason Cooper, WFNT
Jason Cooper, WFNT
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Gov. Snyder Visits Grand Blanc to Support Rep. Paul Scott

Governor Rick Snyder visited Grand Blanc on Friday to help support Representative Paul Scott who faces recall on November 8.

The Governor and Representative visited Grand Mall where a phone bank had been set up to call voters in the district and make them aware of the upcoming election

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courtesy Rep. Paul Scott
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Rep. Scott Hopes to Move Recall Election to February

Representative Paul Scott - citing confusion among voters and election officials - is asking the Michigan Supreme Court to move the recall petition against him to the February election. Scott told Mlive "we're not tr

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Recall of Rep. Paul Scott Back On

The recall of Representative Paul Scott can proceed after the Michigan Supreme Court reversed a lower courts ruling. According to Mlive, Genesee County Clerk Michael Carr said he was sent a copy of the ru

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Recall Attempt for Rep. Paul Scott On Hold

An Ingham County judge ruling put the recall effort against Representative Paul Scott of Grand Blanc on hold. According to Mlive, any hope to still have the recall on November 8, rests with the Michigan Supreme Court. Recall organizers have already filed a request for the court to reverse t

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