Let’s say you were a candidate for the Michigan Legislature, and you got to run against a guy who has been convicted of eight felonies and is now being charged with three more.
Your opponent, the incumbent, has also been evicted from his home in the past for non-payment of rent.
Additionally, the state has had to pay more than $85,000 in legal fees to attempt to defend your opponent from a sexual harassment charge from a man who worked for him.
You might think the challenger would win by a landslide.
But in fact, William Broman is a huge underdog.