Bob Carr Back on Trail: Bob Carr of Mackinac Island and Traverse City has joined the field of Republicans seeking the nomination to challenge Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow. Carr, a community activist running on a platform of revitalizing Michigan’s downtowns, made an unsuccessful 1996 bid for the seat of 1st District U.S. Rep. Bart Stupak of Menominee, the first Democrat to serve successive terms in the district.
A Michigan Historic Preservationist has announced his candidacy for the United States Senate. Bob Carr, who ran for Congress in 1996, says the decision to run for Senate came after a drive across the cross-state Red Arrow Highway, and seeing the condition of struggling communities that were scattered across Michigan. “Getting the little towns all over Michigan back up and running again. That is what is important to me,” Carr told WGVU.
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