We’ve Got Issues: Former Chief Justice ends U.S. Senate bid, shakes up GOP race
A former state Supreme Court Chief Justice has ended his campaign for one of Michigan's seats in the U.S. Senate. Republican Bob Young announced last week that he was withdrawing his name from consideration.
His departure means three Republicans remain in the race. They’re hoping to unseat Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow, who is running for a fourth term.
Listen to an interview below with the Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta, who discusses how this news affects the race.