June 18, 2010

Former Governor and Presidential Candidate gets involved in Northern Michigan Politics...


For more information contact:
"Trucker Randy" BISHOP                                                  
Phone: 231-421-5601 / 231-360-5140


Former Governor and Presidential Candidate gets involved in Northern Michigan Politics…


TRAVERSE CITY (June 18, 2010)  Former two term Governor and 2008 Presidential Candidate, Gov. Mike Huckabee has formally endorsed Randy Bishop to be the next Michigan State Senator, to succeed the term-limited current State Senator Jason Allen from the 37th Senate District.


"I first met Randy at a rally during my Presidential campaign, one freezing cold January night in Birch Run, Michigan. He wanted me to speak at an event in Charlevoix the next night, but the campaign was taking me back down to South Carolina, so I asked Randy if he would speak on my behalf and he did.


I was proud to have Randy represent me then, and I'm honored to endorse him now.


Candidates like Randy are the very reason I ran for President and the very reason I started Huck PAC.  It is important to me that candidates like Randy – who is a hard-working former Truck Driver and patriotic American who only wants what is best for our country, and the State of Michigan – be elected to office.


Randy will bring true common sense solutions and real world expertise to Lansing.


We need more public servants like Randy Bishop, that's why I'm supporting his campaign and asking you to join me in sending this fine American to Lansing!"



Gov. Mike Huckabee and "Trucker Randy" BISHOP


To learn more about Randy's campaign please go to:  www.truckerrandy.ning.com


The 37th Senate District covers Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Chippewa, Emmet, Grand Traverse, Mackinac and Presque Isle counties.

The primary election is Tuesday, August 3, 2010.



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