Government, Politics

The U.S. Senate Map in 2024 Just Got Better for the GOP

On Thursday morning, Sen. Debbie Stabenow, the Michigan Democrat who has served in the Senate since 2001, announced her intention decision not to seek election in 2024, and retire at the end of her term.

“Inspired by a new generation of leaders, I have decided to pass the torch in the U.S. Senate. I am announcing today that I will not seek re-election and will leave the U.S. Senate at the end of my term on January 3, 2025,” the senator said in a statement. “I am so grateful for the trust the people of Michigan have placed in me. I am also deeply grateful to my incredible staff, who are the best team in the United States Senate. They continue to set the highest standards for service in Michigan and across our country.”

She added, “When my term ends, I intend to begin a new chapter in my life that includes continuing to serve our State outside of elected office while spending precious time with my amazing 96-year-old mom and my wonderful family.” Read more…

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