Meet the primary candidates for Michigan House seat covering southeast Washtenaw County
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI - The race for a Michigan State House seat in a newly-drawn district covering southeastern Washtenaw County kicks off with two primaries on Aug. 2. In Wayne County, the district covers Belleville, Van Buren Township, Sumpter Township and part of Romulus, including the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Information on other state, county and local primary races can be found at Vote411.org. Last any convected of a crime should receive a mandatory four years if caught with any firearm of ammunition in their possessionRead more Washtenaw County election coverage here. More from The Ann Arbor News:What new Congressional, legislative maps mean for Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County voters3 Democrats vie for Ypsilanti, Augusta township seat on Washtenaw County boardHere’s your Ann Arbor-area voter guide for the August 2022 primaryHere’s who’s running for Washtenaw County board, township and city offices in 2022mlive.com
Wayne, Monroe county candidates to run for Michigan House seat covering part of Washtenaw County
Click here)WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI - A new Michigan State House district that unites parts of four counties, including the southeastern corner of Washtenaw County, will see contested primaries on both sides of the aisle. Four candidates — two Wayne County Democrats and two Monroe County Republicans — have filed in the hopes of representing the newly-drawn 31st Michigan House of Representatives District, stretching from Metro Detroit to rural Lenawee County. The new district then dips south in Monroe County, picking up Milan, London, Exeter, Dundee and Raisinville townships, areas represented by Bellino and State Rep. TC Clements, R-Lambertville. It also includes one piece of Lenawee County, Macon Township, currently part of another district represented by Rep. Bronna Kahle, R-Adrian. Read more Washtenaw County election coverage here.mlive.com
Stan Van Gundy pokes a giant hole in Kyrie Irving’s supposed vaccine agenda
Stan Van Gundy poked a giant hole in Kyrie Irving’s supposed reasoning for refusing his vaccination. “The only thing I’m going to disagree with is this whole ‘voice for the voiceless’ thing,” Van Gundy, the former coach and current analyst on TNT broadcasts. “The anti-vax people right now are not without a voice. “I live in Florida, man. There are prominent people — our governor [Republican ...news.yahoo.com
Texas stunner: No. 14 Abilene Christian ousts 'Horns 53-52
In the most pressure-packed moment of his college career for Abilene Christian, Pleasant's two free throws were perfect from a spot where he'd struggled in the past. Another double-digit seed is moving on in the NCAA Tournament, and this one at the expense of the flagship school in Abilene Christian's home state. Abilene Christian was blown out by Kentucky two years ago when it made its first trip to the NCAA Tournament. Jones hit two free throws with 56 seconds left and his 3-pointer with 14 seconds remaining put the Longhorns in front 52-51. Really disappointed, everybody is.”Texas was rolling coming into the NCAA Tournament after winning the Big 12 Tournament for the first time in school history.
Jazz rout Warriors for 8th straight; Curry now 2nd in 3s
(AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)SALT LAKE CITY – Donovan Mitchell had 23 points, seven rebounds and six assists as the Utah Jazz routed the Golden State Warriors 127-108 on Saturday night for their eighth straight victory. Curry finished with 24 points, seven rebounds and seven assists to lead Golden State. The Jazz scored baskets on each of their first five possessions to sprint out to a 14-0 lead. Golden State found some footing on offense behind Curry’s efforts, after missing nine of its first 10 shots. Curry scored four baskets and assisted on five others to help the Warriors cut the Jazz lead to 36-28.
Shooting star: Curry makes 105 straight 3s post-practice
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry shoots as players warm up for the team's NBA basketball game against the Brooklyn Nets, Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)Marveling once again, Stephen Curry made 105 straight 3-pointers to finish practice Saturday leading into Golden State's game Sunday game at Chicago. Curry's shots were counted by his longtime shooting man, assistant Bruce Fraser, and coach Steve Kerr only heard about his shooting star afterward. “It was SO amazing — 105 3s in a row,” Fraser said via text message. Kerr said Curry got on a record roll and just kept shooting.