Edelson “knows how to win tough elections”

Today, MLive columnist Susan J. Demas wrote about the Fair Michigan ballot proposal, which will be on Michigan’s November 2016 ballot:

… there are plenty more reasons to be bullish on the effort.

The campaign team knows how to win tough elections — remember when the 2014 Personal Property Tax reform was supposed to go down? It didn’t, thanks to the same players involved in Fair Michigan — pollster Richard Czuba, PR powerhouse Kelly Rossman-McKinney, Democratic strategist Howard Edelson and ad maestro Joe Slade White.

Fair Michigan is fighting to end job discrimination in Michigan and ensure everyone is treated fairly.

It’s time for voters to take matters into our own hands to update our Constitution to reflect Michigan’s values, prohibit job discrimination and ensure all of us are treated equally.

Howard Edelson in The Detroit News

Howard Edelson was prominently quoted throughout The Detroit News’ 10/1/15 story on a possible Joe Biden 2016 candidacy for President:

“I think there’s a lot of Clinton supporters who, if Joe got in, would switch ships,” said Democratic consultant Howard Edelson, who managed former Gov. Jennifer Granholm’s 2006 re-election campaign. “I’ve heard that from a lot of political folks who are here in Michigan.”


Edelson said Biden’s debate absence gives him and voters the ability to see how well Clinton performs on stage against Sanders and the other three men actively seeking the Democratic nomination — former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee and former Virginia U.S. Sen. Jim Webb.

“He can come in afterward and try and be a mender,” Edelson said. “(But) he’s got to show some leg leading up to the debate about what he’s doing.”

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