Amash announces Republican bid for Michigan U.S. Senate seat after having previously left GOP
Published: March 04, 2024
Former U.S. Rep. Justin Amash, who left the GOP in 2019 after calling for the impeachment of then-President Donald Trump, announced a Republican bid for Michigan’s U.S. Senate seat Thursday.
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