Rep. John James (R-MI) announced his bid for reelection in Michigan’s 10th Congressional District on Monday, touting more than $2 million on hand and $1.28 million raised during the year’s third quarter.
James, an Army veteran and businessman, said he would like to continue fighting for the region in Congress next year, including fighting for veterans and first responders.
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The Republican candidate for Michigan’s 10th Congressional District, John James, is seen in Farmington Hills, Michigan, on Oct. 26, 2020. James announced his bid for reelection on Oct. 16, 2023.
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“As a former businessman and combat veteran, I remain mission-focused on delivering results for our district through investments in Selfridge and local infrastructure, along with financial relief for families and workers who are struggling from t …