To do that the governor will need either budget cuts or revenue increases, and if it's the later, she has a huge problem. During a recent closed-door retreat, house democrats were told if the election was held today, they could lose between 15 and 17 seats, although some claim the number is smaller. Either way, that means democrats could lose control of the house.
Rep. Mark Meadows, (D) East Lansing: "Having a revenue increase during this year is going to be a difficult sell for anybody."
Friday, February 05, 2010
Poll: Michigan House Dems Lose 15-17 Seats
Posted by Ben Cunningham at 7:56 AM