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Disqualified Michigan Republican gubernatorial candidates spent about $11 million

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The Detroit News

LANSING, Mich. — The campaigns of five Republican candidates for Michigan governor who were disqualified from the ballot because of a wave of fraudulent petition signatures collectively spent about $11 million on their bids for the state’s highest office, according to new disclosures. The reports, filed in recent days with the Michigan Secretary of State’s office, reveal how the GOP hopefuls used donors’ money and their own cash ahead of being knocked off the Aug. 2 primary ballot in May. By far, the biggest spender of the group was businessman Perry Johnson of Bloomfield Hills, who had given …

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