Five-term U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-Livonia) says he might not have turned in enough valid signatures to qualify for re-election.
“I have been apprised my campaign may have submitted insufficient petition signatures to appear on the August primary ballot as a candidate for the 11th Congressional District's Republican nomination," McCotter said in a statement released late this evening.
"Fully respecting the accuracy and integrity of the Secretary of State's office, we will thoroughly review our petition signatures for their sufficiency or insufficiency," he said. "Out of respect for Memorial Day, an announcement of our findings will be made public on Tuesday.”
Candidates must turn in 1,000 valid signatures in order to appear on the ballot.
McCotter has been a popular guest on cable TV. Here are some highlights of those appearances: