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Sen. Warren's Apathetic Attempt in Michigan LANSING, Mich., June 4, 2019 – The following is a statement from Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox regarding Senator Warren's Presidential Campaign stops in Michigan. “Whether it's vouching for a complete government takeover of healthcare, increasing taxes, or pushing the job-killing Green New Deal -- Senator Warren has proved just how out of touch she is with the voters of Michigan. In a last-ditch effort to save her struggling campaign, I find it laughable that the Senator has decided to come and try to pitch radical policies that would cripple Michigan's farming, manufacturing, and auto-industries." More >

Open Borders Inslee to Campaign in Michigan LANSING, Mich., June 4, 2019 –The following is a statement from Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox regarding Governor Jay Inslee’s Presidential campaign stop in Michigan today. "As a former federal immigration agent, I am deeply disturbed that Governor Inslee refuses to enforce our nation’s immigration laws. Last month, Inslee signed a bill which makes Washington a sanctuary state and is nothing more than a desperate attempt to pander to the radical left. Their goal of open borders puts American jobs at risk and that’s why President Trump is fighting to solve the crisis at our southern border once and for all.”   More >

ICYMI: Slotkin's Discrepancies In case you missed it, the Washington Free Beacon reported today that there is a discrepancy in resumes Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin used, which show she held vastly different positions early in her career. One resume shows she worked for "a professional body representing the Palestinian minority in Israel in all matters related to education." While the other shows her working as "a grant writer for Isha L'Isha (Women to Women), which describes itself as "the oldest grassroots feminist organization in Israel and one of the leading voices of women's rights in the country." Why aren’t these resumes the same and what is Elissa Slotkin hiding? Discrepancy In Slotkin’s Resumes On Israeli-Palestinian Work Entries show work for both Palestinian and Israeli groups during Second Intifada Two resumes from Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D., Mich.) offer different accounts of an early point in her career, raising questions about which version is most accurate and if there are political reasons why the two CVs do not match exactly. The discrepancy is also drawing some criticism from pro-Israel quarters. When the Michigan Democrat was being considered for assistant secretary of state in 2012, a resume she submitted as part of her application claimed that circa 2000-2001 she had served as a grant writer for the Follow-Up Committee on Arab Education (FUCAE). That group's website says it "is a professional body representing the Palestinian minority in Israel in all matters related to education." However, her current work history on her LinkedIn profile for the same time... More >

Cox Statement on passage of No-Fault Relief LANSING, Mich., May 24, 2019 – The following is a statement from Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox regarding the No-Fault Auto Insurance Relief package which passed the Michigan House and Senate today. “Michigan Republicans have delivered a historic victory for the hardworking families of our state. I would like to congratulate Majority Leader Shirkey, Speaker Chatfield, and the members of the Republican caucus for fulfilling their promise to make auto insurance affordable for the people of Michigan.”    More >

MRP Statement on Redistricting Stay LANSING, Mich., May 24, 2019 – The following is a statement from Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox regarding the US Supreme Court’s decision to issue a stay in the Michigan Redistricting Lawsuit. “The Michigan redistricting lawsuit is simply a desperate attempt by partisan Democrats to redraw our state’s legislative lines two years early. Their political games would disenfranchise Michigan voters and force early elections. I applaud the United State Supreme Court’s decision to issue a stay in the case. This will allow our legislature to continue focusing on getting things done for the people of Michigan, instead of unnecessary partisan battles over political maps.”    More >

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Sen. Warren's Apathetic Attempt in Michigan LANSING, Mich., June 4, 2019 – The following is a statement from Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox regarding Senator Warren's Presidential Campaign stops in Michigan. “Whether it's vouching for a complete government takeover of healthcare, increasing taxes, or pushing the job-killing Green New Deal -- Senator Warren has proved just how out of touch she is with the voters of Michigan. In a last-ditch effort to save her struggling campaign, I find it laughable that the Senator has decided to come and try to pitch radical policies that would cripple Michigan's farming, manufacturing, and auto-industries." More >

Open Borders Inslee to Campaign in Michigan LANSING, Mich., June 4, 2019 –The following is a statement from Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox regarding Governor Jay Inslee’s Presidential campaign stop in Michigan today. "As a former federal immigration agent, I am deeply disturbed that Governor Inslee refuses to enforce our nation’s immigration laws. Last month, Inslee signed a bill which makes Washington a sanctuary state and is nothing more than a desperate attempt to pander to the radical left. Their goal of open borders puts American jobs at risk and that’s why President Trump is fighting to solve the crisis at our southern border once and for all.”   More >

ICYMI: Slotkin's Discrepancies In case you missed it, the Washington Free Beacon reported today that there is a discrepancy in resumes Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin used, which show she held vastly different positions early in her career. One resume shows she worked for "a professional body representing the Palestinian minority in Israel in all matters related to education." While the other shows her working as "a grant writer for Isha L'Isha (Women to Women), which describes itself as "the oldest grassroots feminist organization in Israel and one of the leading voices of women's rights in the country." Why aren’t these resumes the same and what is Elissa Slotkin hiding? Discrepancy In Slotkin’s Resumes On Israeli-Palestinian Work Entries show work for both Palestinian and Israeli groups during Second Intifada Two resumes from Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D., Mich.) offer different accounts of an early point in her career, raising questions about which version is most accurate and if there are political reasons why the two CVs do not match exactly. The discrepancy is also drawing some criticism from pro-Israel quarters. When the Michigan Democrat was being considered for assistant secretary of state in 2012, a resume she submitted as part of her application claimed that circa 2000-2001 she had served as a grant writer for the Follow-Up Committee on Arab Education (FUCAE). That group's website says it "is a professional body representing the Palestinian minority in Israel in all matters related to education." However, her current work history on her LinkedIn profile for the same time... More >

Cox Statement on passage of No-Fault Relief LANSING, Mich., May 24, 2019 – The following is a statement from Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox regarding the No-Fault Auto Insurance Relief package which passed the Michigan House and Senate today. “Michigan Republicans have delivered a historic victory for the hardworking families of our state. I would like to congratulate Majority Leader Shirkey, Speaker Chatfield, and the members of the Republican caucus for fulfilling their promise to make auto insurance affordable for the people of Michigan.”    More >

MRP Statement on Redistricting Stay LANSING, Mich., May 24, 2019 – The following is a statement from Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox regarding the US Supreme Court’s decision to issue a stay in the Michigan Redistricting Lawsuit. “The Michigan redistricting lawsuit is simply a desperate attempt by partisan Democrats to redraw our state’s legislative lines two years early. Their political games would disenfranchise Michigan voters and force early elections. I applaud the United State Supreme Court’s decision to issue a stay in the case. This will allow our legislature to continue focusing on getting things done for the people of Michigan, instead of unnecessary partisan battles over political maps.”    More >

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