- Associated Press - Thursday, March 6, 2014

LIVONIA, Mich. (AP) - The Michigan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University is hearing from Republican ex-Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and Democratic ex-New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson at its annual fundraising dinner.

The program was underway Thursday evening at Laurel Manor in the Detroit suburb of Livonia.

A number of political figures were to attend, including Republican U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land. The ex-secretary of state and Democratic U.S. Rep. Gary Peters are seeking to replace Carl Levin, who isn’t seeking re-election in November.

Fellows in the Michigan Political Leadership Program follow a 10 month curriculum. The main elements covered are personal leadership development, public policy process and analysis, effective governance, and practical politics.

The program says it has graduated 500 fellows since 1992.



Michigan Political Leadership Program: https://bit.ly/1igUN2D

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