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Abdul El-Sayed raises over $1,000,000 in bid for Governor; forgoes corporate PAC contributions

"Our movement is for real people and by real people."

Abdul El-Sayed, Democratic Candidate for Michigan Governor, has raised over $1,000,000 in individual contributions in his bid for Governor of Michigan. The campaign has taken no money from corporate PACs.

"Our movement is for real people and by real people. That’s why people from across the state have stood up and supported this movement. This is proof that a politics of people works - and that Michiganders are looking for candidates who are not bought and sold by corporations.”

- Abdul El-Sayed, Democratic Candidate for Michigan Governor

The Abdul for Michigan campaign has raised over $1,000,000 dollars, including 3000 grassroots contributions under $200. The majority of contributions are from Michigan. The campaign has made early investments in an extensive statewide field operation that has visited 65 cities and 30 counties, and has knocked 40,000 doors across the state.

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Wayne State University Town Hall

Tuesday, October 24th 6-7PM

Join us at Wayne State University to learn more about Abdul's platform and speak with him about the issues facing our state. The event will be held in the auditorium of the Purdy-Kresge library from 6-7PM and is open to the public. 

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EMU Town Hall

Monday, October 23rd 6-7PM

The EMU College Democrats will host a Town Hall with Abdul on Monday October 23rd at 6pm. The Event will be in the EMU Student Center, rm 310B, and is open to the public.