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The Oakland County executive proved he's a stand-up guy during an Election Night appearance in Royal Oak.
Amid co-workers and family, a choked up Oakland County Executive says, "I have some other great ideas I need to do before I am done."
Applause, cheers and groans punctuate the first in a series of debates between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
Hoping to put an end to innuendo, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and his longtime driver, James Cram, released limited medical records Tuesday afternoon.
In the wake of L. Brooks Patterson's Aug. 10 accident, county officials discuss who is in charge while he recovers. Some commissioners say they feel like they are being kept in the dark; Patterson's representative says he's focusing on the 'big picture.'
With L. Brooks Patterson not making any public appearances since his accident in August, opponent Kevin Howley of Huntington Woods is calling for more openness from Patterson's campaign.
The former Minnesota governor greeted approximately 200 supporters at a meet and greet at Mitt Romney's Victory Center in Royal Oak, where he did not comment on speculation that he might be the Republican vice presidential nominee.
Memorial Park has been selected as the location of a memorial dedicated to the more than 600,000 Michigan residents who served in World War II.
More than 1,000 supporters crowded into the Royal Oak Music Theatre to show their support for the man who says he is going to bring Michigan back.
Romney supporters are treated to a musical performance by a guy who 'epitomizes Detroit and is an icon.'
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