Not only did most people not see this coming, they probably hadn’t even heard of the person involved in the first place.
Now that a candidate with a lot of name recognition has entered the race to unseat Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow in the 2012 election, a candidate with little name recognition has dropped out.
Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner John McCulloch announced he is withdrawing from the race (he entered the race just 11 days ago) and endorsing Republican Pete Hoekstra’s bid.
Eleven days. Way to keep at it there, John. Maybe next time around you can get to two full weeks. Or, hell, shoot for the moon: A MONTH!!!