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May 10, 1996 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-10

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Four Republicans and one Democrat compete to fill
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ith an open state Sen-
ate seat and two long-
time political friends
both eyeing the district,
Willis Bullard and David Honig-
man had to decide which of
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them would run.

Mr. Bullard, a mem-

b er of the state House

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along with Mr. Honig- ay -
man, threw his sup-
port behind his
colleague, who ultimately
won the race.
i
Now, 5 112 years later, Sen.
Honiginan has recently retired
from that seat for health reasons
and is campaigning to help his
friend become his successor.
"It was always kind of implic-
it that, when I left, I would help
Bill win my seat if he wanted it,"
Sen. Honigman said. "When I ran
for Congress (in 1992), we were
hoping he would succeed me in
the state Senate."
Sen. Honigman's endorsement
doesn't bother Barbara Dobb, also

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Although Democrats typically
don't get elected in this district,
Mr. Brickner believes he has a
chance to win. The key, he main-
tains, is to get the Democrats out
to vote. He also believes being
the only Jewish candidate
could give him an edge
because of the district's
large number of Jew-
ish constituents.
"In a special election,
yes, I think a Democrat can
win," said Mr. Brickner, a
member of the Farmington
Hills Planning Commission "In
a regular election, probably not."
The winner of the May 13 Re-
publican primary will face Mr.
Brickner three weeks later in a
June 4 election.
In the short period of time
these candidates have had to
campaign, not only are they run-
ning against each other, they also
are racing against the clock in
hopes of making their names and
positions known.
Rep. Dobb, a certified public
accountant first elected to office
in 1990, believes one of the key
issues facing the district is "pro-
tecting the integrity and goals of
Proposal A. This includes mak-
ing sure funding for education is
distributed equitably."
Rep. Dobb said the Legislature
will need to address transporta-
tion issues, including long-range
planning and providing money to
fix the state's potholes. She also
suggests looking at county road
commissions and making sure
they provide the most efficient
ways to deliver services.

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Rep. Barbara Dobb:
"Protecting the goals of Proposal A."

a Republican and the other state
representative running for the
seat.
"The former senator support-
ed every one of my primary op-
ponents and I'm still here," she
said.
Also hoping to succeed Sen.
Honigman are Republicans Ed
Cox and Terry Sever and Demo-
crat Barry Brickner. The 15th
District includes Commerce
Township, Farmington, Farm-
ington Hills, Milford, Novi,
Democrat Barry Brickner awaits a
Walled Lake, West Bloomfield,
challenger.
Wixom and Wolverine Lake.
"We've got some pretty good
Rep. Dobb says the difference
candidates," Sen. Honigman said.
between her and some of her op-
"The big thing is going to he who ponents is in their views on abor-
can turn out the votes. In a spe- tion and assisted suicide. She
cial primary,-you might only get does not think politicians should
13 to 15 percent of the registered be involved with either issue.
voters so it becomes a question of
"Both are among the most per-
who can get their supporters to sonal, intimate decisions a hu-
the polls."
man being can make," she said.

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