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A bright spot in Michigan

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By Michelle Malkin  •  November 7, 2006 09:32 PM

An e-mail from Michigan about Ward Connerly’s anti-racial preference initative:

Hi Michelle,

Just a quick FYI – Michigan seems to be voting “Yes” on Prop-2….prohibiting affirmative action in the state. Interesting that CNN won’t call that “race” yet but has no problem calling the governor and Senate races with 1% of the precincts counted. Hey, why am I not surprised?

Anyway, a silver lining. Looks like we could use one tonight.

Best regards,
Eric Dolman
Rochester Hills, MI

Still early, but I’ll take all the good news I can get.

10:21 pm Eastern update. Reader tips me that local TV also confirms MCRI is passing!

Once again, the anti-preference movement wins despite GOP losses nationwide.

Same thing happened in 1996 in California and 1998 in Washington.

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