How do you feel about U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., deciding not to run for re-election in 2014?

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Mark Brooky
Democratic Sen. Carl Levin announced March 7 he will not seek re-election in 2014, saying he wants to serve as Senate Armed Services chairman and an advocate for his home state of Michigan "without the distraction of campaigning for re-election." Levin, 78, was first elected to the Senate in 1978 and is the longest-serving senator in Michigan's history.
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christopher

What a poorly configured survey. You have two places where people can say he did a good job but no places where people can say he did a poor job. Obviously some bias and leading in this survey. I know this is not meant to be scientific, but it would be helpful to at least fake caring about how people really feel.

Grand Haven Happy

Yes, I would agree this survey is slanted with a definate bias as not to want both sides having an equal chance to vote their opinion. Levin was a very poor senator who only voted his party's line and not what was good and right for the state he was supposed to be representing. GOOD BYE Levin and stay away!

GHBOATER

Obviously this liberal news paper staff slanted the response selections, how about the catagory, "Never represented the majority of his people"? Or, "Glad to see him go"?

 

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