Democrats Pick Replacement Candidate

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Democratic officials have chosen a replacement candidate to run against Republican Rep. Mike Rogers in Michigan's 8th Congressional District.
Lance Enderle will compete in the Nov. 2 matchup.
The Michigan State University graduate student from East Lansing ran against Kande Ngalamulume as a write-in candidate in the Aug. 3 Democratic primary election after the other man withdrew.
Ngalamulume won, but officially was taken off the general election ballot after he certified he registered to vote in Pennsylvania.
State Democratic Chairman Mark Brewer says Democratic officials from Ingham, Shiawassee, Clinton, Oakland and Livingston counties met Tuesday in Lansing and chose Enderle for the race.

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  • by Amy Location: Lansing on Sep 1, 2010 at 05:19 AM
    @Paul ~ have you even researched who Lance is or what he stands for!?! My immediate thought is "NOT" This man is far from being a looser. And he, unlike anyone else in this district, had the courage to take Rogers on for the people. Can you say you'd do the same? Again, I think NOT! Do some research before you post your unintelligible remarks.
  • by paul Location: Lansing on Aug 31, 2010 at 08:33 PM
    What a joke, We have another looser as a candidate that dosent stand a chance just like virg. Why do we stack the deck against ourselves. The union wants us to support these guys well give us someone who at least has a chance
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