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Michigan GOP already looking to primary Kerry Bentivolio

“I’m sure he’ll get a primary,” said one Michigan Republican who requested anonymity to speak candidly. “He’s new, and people perceive him as untested. It’s a great seat.”

Two local Republicans mentioned businessman David Trott, former state Rep. Andrew “Rocky” Raczkowski and outgoing state Rep. Marty Knollenberg as potential challengers.

Knollenberg, the son of a congressman who represented much of that district for two decades, appeared open to the possibility.

“As far as future office, I’m going to look at whatever makes sense for Michigan residents and if people want to encourage me to run for something, I’d certainly look at it,” he said in a phone interview last week.



For those who don't know, Representative-elect Kerry Bentivolio was endorsed by Ron Paul and Justin Amash.

He is considered the most unlikely Rep.-elect because of Thad McCotter's problem to get on the ballot (leaving Kerry as the only name listed) and now Michigan Republicans are already looking to primary Kerry.

Please keep an eye on Kerry and if he follows through on his words, please support him.

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