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Republican John James concedes in Michigan Senate race

Added 11-24-20 09:57:02pm EST - “Michigan Republican John James conceded the Wolverine State's Senate race to Sen. Gary Peters (D) after state officials certified the results of the presidential and Senate contests.” -


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Michigan Republican John James conceded the Wolverine State’s Senate race to Sen. Gary PetersGary PetersLeadership changes at top cyber agency raise national security concerns Hillicon Valley: Peters criticizes deficient healthcare cybersecurity investment | Apple defends delay of data privacy feature | Children groups warn about Parler Peters criticizes Trump for not taking action after cyberattacks on hospitals, COVID-19 researchers MORE (D) after state officials certified the results of the presidential and Senate contests.

James, who had refused for weeks to concede after the race was called for Peters on Nov. 4, recognized that the GOP-led state Board of Canvassers certified the results of the election and offered his congratulations to his opponent. 

“The results of the election were certified yesterday. I am happy that the Board of Canvassers led by Norm Shinkle asked the legislature to take a top down review of election law. But it's too late for me. While I look forward to participating in efforts to secure both reasonable franchise and integrity in our election in the near future, today is the right time for me to congratulate Sen. Gary Peters,” he said in a video statement.

James’s concession marks the second defeat he’s suffered in a Senate race after his failed 2018 challenge to Sen. Debbie StabenowDeborah (Debbie) Ann StabenowSenate Democrats reelect Schumer as leader by acclamation  Bottom line Peters fends off challenge in Michigan Senate race MORE (D).

The Michigan Republican, a former Army combat veteran and businessman, had been one of the GOP’s most highly touted recruits, and at one point President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden team wants to understand Trump effort to 'hollow out government agencies' Trump's remaking of the judicial system Overnight Defense: Trump transgender ban 'inflicts concrete harms,' study says | China objects to US admiral's Taiwan visit MORE considered tapping him to be the ambassador to the United Nations. 


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