Sunday, November 14, 2010


The election is barely over and already speculations are surfacing what is going to happen next.  I was appalled but not surprised to read in one blog that there would be a good chance for Gary Peters running for Senate or even Governor in 2014.  Can you imagine having a male version of Granholm all over again?

Below is in short the possible forecast for Gary Peters.

Congressman Gary Peters originally sought to be Governor during the 2002 campaign, but dropped out because he diodn't have nearly enough support. He narrowly lost the race for Attorney General that year - the first Democrat to lose a race for that office in 50 years.

Gary Peters and Hansen Clarke: Re-election in 2012, then in 2014, one can run for Governor while the other runs for US Senate. (I'd be shocked if Carl Levin ran for another term in 2014.)

Looks to me, the battle will continue.  I am still Gary Peters' nightmare.


  1. It would be great to hear that that Carl Levin would not be running in 2012 but I'm not going to hold my breath.

    Although I stopped sending him letters because he is doing what Reid-BO wants him to do anyway, I still am receiving his propaganda every week. Of course, everyone of them is simply BO's agenda.

    God save the Republic!

  2. Clarke will not make it to the Senate or Governors seat and Peters has a snowballs chance in hell to the governors seat.

    That said the only option is for Peters to run for the Senate and that is where his trouble is being it is a statewide ballot. One way or the other (Levin running again) this state will not put another socialist in a contested Senate seat again. Detroit might vote that way but the rest of the states eyes are now fully opened.

  3. I don't see Levin stepping down yet. Peters probably will have to run against Sander Levin, after redistricting, or whoever will be up in the new R district. It will be interesting, and I found this blog article interesting as well. The author must be getting this kind of info from somewhere

  4. Peters is going to have to do something 2 years from now, because his district is going to likely be wiped out in redistricting, with conservative portions shoring up Rogers and McCotter and Wahlberg's districts, liberal portions going to Detroit districts.