Saturday, July 31


campaign finance law, Michigan, Politics, UK Weekend, Wedding Cost

A Michigan mayor defended spending $4,500 of campaign money on an open bar for his daughter’s wedding at a yacht club, claiming it was a campaign event

A Michigan mayor defended spending $4,500 of public money on an open bar for his daughter's wedding. LeRoy Burcroff, the mayor of Romulus, said his daughter's wedding doubled as a campaign event. Burcroff has since repaid the expenses, his attorney said. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
Bill Stepien, Donald Trump, election fraud conspiracy theory, Mark Meadows, Michigan, Politics, Rudy Giuliani, stephen miller

Rudy Giuliani insisted that Trump declare victory in Michigan before the state was called, a new book says

Giuliani wanted Trump to preemptively declare victory in Michigan, a new book says. "If we don't say we won, they will steal it from us," Giuliani contended. Giuliani's preemptive claims of a stolen election concerned Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien. Sign up for the 10 Things in Politics daily newsletter. Michigan was a key state in former President Donald Trump's electoral calculus for winning a second term in office.In 2016, Trump narrowly won the Wolverine State by chipping away at the blue-collar base that had long powered wins by Democratic presidential nominees.Last November, the former president's campaign team knew that...
Estados Unidos, fumigacion, infección, Michigan, mosquitos, Noticias, Salud, virus

Deadly Mosquito-Borne Virus Worries US | Digital Trends Spanish

Concern exists in the United States after government authorities Michigan State Department of Health (MDHHS) will report on the first human case this year of East Corner Encaphilitis (EEE), a life-threatening mosquito-borne virus. Although the final results are expected by the weekend, the infected man has already tested positive in the first tests that were carried out. According to the authorities, this case would be added to the 22 confirmed diagnoses in horses. "This alleged EEE case in a Michigan resident shows that it is an ongoing threat to the health and safety of the residents of the state, and calls for continued action to prevent exposure, including aerial spraying," said Joneigh. Khaldun, MDHHS chief medical officer and chief health officer. Through a release, Michigan...