In Michigan, Whitmer's determination to reduce gun violence has earned her the support of Moms Demand Action - an organization financed in part by Michael Bloomberg. Meanwhile, Great Lakes Gun Rights is worried that 'Red Flag' laws may infringe on Michigander's rights and jeopardize their safety. … [Read more...] about In her State of the State address, Governor Whitmer is set to outline a plan that will utilize enhanced gun control measures in order to strengthen public safety across Michigan.
Nessel, Michigan's Democratic Attorney General, is reinitiating a criminal investigation into individuals who falsely certified President Trump as the 2020 winner for their state. After over twelve months of silent inactivity from federal prosecutors on this issue, Nessel has voiced her concerns and … [Read more...] about Criminal probe into fake electors for Trump reopened by Michigan Attorney General
Meet the mother and son who are both elected officials Pictured: Matthew Smith (left) and Wendy Wolcott (right). GENESEE COUNTY, MI- As they always say, there is no bond like a Mother and son. For Wendy Wolcott and Matthew Smith of Davison Township: that bond includes politics and serving … [Read more...] about Meet the mother and son who are both elected officials
Following the recent passing of beloved local resident and Councilman Dan Fralick, Flushing has welcomed a new member to its City Council. David Lewicki — an accomplished former city firefighter and past recipient of 'Citizen of the Year' honors —has been appointed by his peers in order to fulfill … [Read more...] about Flushing City Council appoints new member after death of Councilman Dan Fralick
Genesee County recently experienced a major shift in its Board of Commissioners as two long-standing members, Bryant Nolden and Dominque Clemons, departed the majestic body. While Mr. Nolden's passing was an unfortunate tragedy for our community to endure, Ms. Clemon is on her way to higher office … [Read more...] about Genesee County Board of Commissioners have two vacancies in two days
Dominque D. Clemons was recently appointed Genesee County Clerk, following a process led by the county's Circuit Court. Eight individuals applied for this sought after seat, though their names remain confidential at present. As per protocol in elections of officeholders in Michigan, Dominque will … [Read more...] about As Predicted: Clemons appointed Genesee County Clerk
Khary L. Hanible, an assistant prosecuting attorney with the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office has been appointed as Judge Joseph J. Farah's replacement in Michigan's 7th Circuit Court by Governor Gretchen Whitmer this week. Having successfully prosecuted cases such as the Flint Family Dollar … [Read more...] about Whitmer names assistant Genesee County prosecuting attorney as county’s newest circuit judge (not related to F. Kay Behm’s seat)
The U.S. Senate has confirmed the nomination of Genesee County Circuit Judge F. Kay Behm to be the next U.S District Court Judge for Michigan's Eastern District, a monumental appointment from President Joe Biden that passed on Dec 6th in unanimous support among all senators voting and marks the … [Read more...] about Biden appoints Genesee County Judge F. Kay Behm to Federal Bench, creating another Judgeship in our County
Genesee County Commissioner Bryant W. Nolden, who had recently triumphed in re-election just weeks ago has tragically passed away. This unexpected departure leaves a void within the county's governing board and an irreplaceable loss to its community members' lives that he touched across his two … [Read more...] about Genesee County Commissioner Bryant “BB” Nolden passes away hours after Committee meeting
On September 29th, all residential accounts in Flint with active water meters received a $300 credit on their accounts. Just 10 days later, Sheldon Neeley was re-elected as Flint’s Mayor defeating former Mayor Karen Weaver in the general election on November 8th by 1,281 votes. The water credits … [Read more...] about Did Mayor Sheldon Neeley “Buy” Votes?