The following is a MIGOP Victory Update e-mail/press release. It describes Senator John McCain’s imminent visits to my/our state. I see these visits only as opportunities to press, probe, push, and nudge our only Republican Presidential candidate further right.

I also have questions about the Border Patrol officers wrongfully and unjustly imprisoned as if they were true criminals.

Victory Update :: News from the Michigan Republican Party


This week Sen. John McCain embarked on a trip across America, visiting regions that have been forgotten and left behind by our nation’s elected leaders. In doing this, Senator McCain listened to the people who have lived in these areas and faced adversity. Great news, I just received word from the McCain Campaign that Senator John McCain will be making two important stops in Michigan next week. This will be a great opportunity for us to meet with the next president of the United States as he campaigns in Michigan, which will be a key swing electoral state in the General Election. I hope you will join me in showing up and supporting our next president. Here are the details on Senator McCain?s Michigan events: On Tuesday, May 6, Senator John McCain will attend a fund-raising reception hosted at the home of Peter and Danialle Karmanos with special guest Governor Mitt Romney. The reception will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. and the cost is $2,300 per person. For more information and to R.S.V.P. please contact Sarah Prues Hecker at (313) 586-4314 or On Wednesday, May 7, Senator John McCain will hold a town hall meeting at Oakland University in the Shotwell-Gustafson Pavilion (adjacent to Meadow Brook Hall). The pavilion is located at 280 South Adams Road in Rochester. There is no cost to this event, no tickets are needed, and doors open at 8 AM. For more information please click here to RSVP to the event. You can also email to RSVP to the event. You do not need a confirmation nor reply from campaign staff to attend the event. Click here for more information on the event and news and photos from the campaign trail. Click here for a map of the event location.
Saulius “Saul” Anuzis