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From President Donald J. Trump:

MIRS News, a leader in providing Capitol news coverage in Michigan, had a booth at Saturday’s Republican Nominating Convention in Lansing and they offered a straw poll for the precinct delegates and the alternates to participate in.

All three questions in the straw poll had candidates listed on the ballot and also room for write-ins.

The polling was conducted to take the temperature of the group of Republicans at the convention to see where their heart is and who was motivating them to get out and vote.

MIRS editor, Kyle Melinn, talked about the poll on the MIRS podcast on Monday along with MIRS publisher John Reurink, MIRS House Correspondent Danielle James and Detroit News assistant editorial page editor Kaitlyn Buss. Both James and Buss were at the convention in Lansing on Saturday.

The MIRS newsletter worked with the Michigan Republican party on the poll and the first question asked who they would like to see run for president in 2024. 509 delegates participated in the poll question. Reurink said that the emailed votes had Florida Governor Ron DeSantis besting former President Donald Trump but that the paper
ballots tipped it over for Trump.

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