The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, March 14, 1978-Page 9
Pierce to run for State Senate
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PIERCE, 47, lost his 1976
Congressional bid to Rep. Carl Pursell
by a mere 344 votes out of more than the
190,000 votes cast. He lost his 1974
Democratic primary race for the same
seat by 131 votes.
With his campaign experience and
large appeal, Pierce contends he has a
good starting block since 70 per cent of
the 14th Congressional constituency lies
within the state Senatorial district.
WITH HIS ANNOUNCED candidacy,
Pierce joins Democratic Ypsilanti
Mayor George Goodman as the only
announced candidates in the senatorial
race. Goodman declared his candidacy
shortly after Sen. Bursley announced
his retirement last month.
Ann Arbor Rep. Perry Bullard has
been one of the frequently mentioned
names as another possible candidate.
Bullard says he remains uncertain of
his political plans, but Pierce's can-
didacy makes his decision more "com-
plex." Bullard is expected to make a
firm decision within another week.
At the same time, Pierce said
Bullard's candidacy would "complicate
things" as far as the primary and the
strength of the Democratic party in the
general election are concerned.
"PRIMARIES ARE ALWAYS dif-
ficult," Pierce said, "because in the
end everyone has to work together.
"I'm looking forward to tackling the
issues," Pierce added, "and a very
Currently there are no Republicans
officially in the Senatorial race,
although several key GOP names have
been mentioned including City Council-
member Ronald Trowbridge and Coun-
ty Commissioner Kathleen Fojtik.
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for meetings the next two days with
President Carter. Begins arrival had
been set for Sunday but was postponed
because of the terror raid.
Yasser Arafat's PLO command has
denied the attackers came from
Lebanonsaying they were based in
Israel. The PLO said yesterday that,
despite Israel's assertion that the
raiders were all killed or captured, they
were still operating between Tel Aviv
In Ann Arbor, a memorial service for
the dead Israelis was held before a
predominantly Jewish crowd of nearly
150 last night at Hillel.
By MARK PARRENT
The Central Student Judiciary (CSJ)
last night certified the results of last
month's Michigan Student Assembly
The two questions on the ballot were
passed by students in a special campus-
wide election February 22 and will
become amendments to the All-Campus
Constitution in 44 days.
THE FIRST-amendment will change
the composition of the Assembly.
Students of each school and college will
elect representatives based on the
enrollment of the particular school or
college. MSA is now composed of a
combination of 18 at-large represen-
tatives and 17 representatives appoin-
ted by school and college governments.
Also included in the amendment is a
provision to hold MSA elections only
once a year rather than the present
The second amendment calls for the
MSA president to be elected directly by
students rather than by MSA itself.
In other action last night, CSJ elected
Thomas Potter chief justice, Ric Shanin
vice chief justice and Audrey Sullivan
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This story was compiled with
reports from staff reporter Michael
Arkush and The Associated Press.
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