James Craig, the top cop in Detroit, is expected to announce his candidacy for governor on Monday to take on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer—the Democrat who has faced criticism over her handling of the coronavirus and a recent trip to Florida.
Politico reported that Craig, a Republican, could be exciting to the party in the state, which views him as a viable candidate who has cross-over appeal.
Craig appeared over the weekend on Fox News’ “Justice w/ Judge Jeanine.” Judge Jeanine Pirro, the host, praised him for his leadership during a tumultuous year of nationwide unrest sparked by George Floyd’s murder.
The Detroit News, citing a source close to Craig, confirmed an earlier report by journalist Charlie LeDuff during his podcast. Craig has been reportedly meeting with influential Republicans in the state.
“I think he would make a fine candidate, should he choose to run,” Ron Weiser, the chairman of the state’s Republican Party, told the paper.
Ralph Godbee, the former chief of the Detroit police, told Fox 2 Detroit that Craig’s public safety leadership wou
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