New political maps put Levin and Stevens in competition for Michigan’s 11th district
Two incumbent Democrats who currently represent neighboring U.S. House districts will go head-to-head in the 2022 primary with the approval of new political maps in Michigan. U.S. Reps. Andy Levin, D-Bloomfield Township, and Haley Stevens, D-Rochester, announced their reelection campaigns shortly after Michigan’s independent redistricting commission approved new maps that will be used in the next decade of elections. Levin currently represents communities in Macomb County, but the new map places parts of his old district in the 10th District. Political analysts at FiveThirtyEight rated the new 11th District as +15 for Democrats, showing a strong advantage for blue candidates. Click here)READ MORE ON MLIVE:Michigan redistricting commission adopts final Congressional mapThese 13: Meet the ordinary people tasked with drawing Michigan’s political mapsStudents, retirees and a ‘shop rat’ are drawing Michigan’s next political mapsVideo: Your questions about Michigan’s redistricting process answeredMichigan voters chose to take politicians out of the redistricting process.mlive.com
Michigan Rep. Haley Stevens discusses new Trump impeachment push
Congress is again set to take up an article of impeachment against President Trump. Michigan Democratic Rep. Haley Stevens (11th District) spoke with Local 4 on Monday morning to discuss the steps lawmakers are taking this week. We are aware that the Cabinet met to explore invoking the 25th Amendment late into the night on Wednesday, Jan. 6. If he doesn’t, we are going to move forward with impeachment,” said Stevens. Read more: What is the 25th Amendment and how does it work?
Flashpoint 10/13/19: Democratic Rep. Haley Stevens, the Trump impeachment inquiry
DETROIT - Here is what you missed on Sunday's episode of Flashpoint:Democratic Rep. Haley Stevens, of Michigan's 11th District made an appearance Sunday on Flashpoint. Next, the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump has led to a constitutional clash. Segment One:Democratic Rep. Haley Stevens. Segment Two:Follow a roundtable discussion featuring attorney and former Royal Oak Mayor Dennis Cowan, Detroit Free Press columnist Nancy Kaffer, pollster and analyst Steve Mitchell and Focus Hope CEO Portia Roberson. Segment Three:Follow a roundtable discussion featuring attorney and former Royal Oak Mayor Dennis Cowan, Detroit Free Press columnist Nancy Kaffer, pollster and analyst Steve Mitchell and Focus Hope CEO Portia Roberson.