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By JGillman, Section Multimedia
I had mentioned a few days ago that Alan Arcand would be challenging the incumbent, Dan Benishek for the first congressional district.
Here is his announcement video.
Other races around the state will see challengers as well. Dave Camp is being challenged by Pete Konetchy, Fred Upton by Jim Bussler, Justin Amash by Brian Ellis, and Kerry Bentivolio by David Trott.
Did I miss anyone?
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Dan Benishek will be facing a challenger for the 1st congressional district.
Veteran and Iron Mountain resident Alan Arcand will be announcing his run today:
12:00pm in CSTOfficially firing the first shot of 2014 for Michigan's congressional battles.
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Michigan is about to find out what it means to be prosperous. Our state will find itself with new life, new faces, new business, new opportunity.
There is indeed light at the end of this tunnel.
On Thursday June 30, at 12 noon, an announcement of EPIC proportions will be made in several locations throughout Michigan simultaneously. Timed to coincide with the celebration of Independence day weekend, the message will undoubtedly spark fireworks worthy of any grande finale. This declaration will reveal how we will forever change the way in which Michiganders as free people manage their own futures.
Afterward, you will know exactly what to do.
Are you ready?
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