Mackinac Center President Joseph Lehman is quoted in the November 2010 issue of National Review about the upcoming elections, including the possibility of Republicans winning governorships and gaining a majority in state legislatures in a number of states because, as some observers indicate, they are not currently the majority party.

"[T]he Republicans share blame with the Democrats for not making the tough fiscal choices necessary to turn Michigan's economy around," Lehman said.


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