WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Sen. Carl Levin said Monday he will seek re-election in 2008, citing the need to help shape the course in Iraq and press the White House to support manufacturers.
The 72-year-old Michigan lawmaker was widely expected to seek a sixth term and will enter the race a heavy favorite. With Democrats winning control of the Senate, Levin will take the helm of the Armed Services panel, giving him a major role in Congress' shaping of Iraq policy.
Someone needs to let Michiganders know just how bad this guy's record is. He abandoned working families just to become another DC hack.