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Congressional candidates for Michigan's 11th District discussed jobs and other topics Monday at the Plymouth District Library. View what they had to say above or read Patch's report.
Democratic nominee Dr. Syed Taj of Canton, Green Party candidate Steven Paul Duke of Livonia and Libertarian John Tatar of Livonia, all candidates for a two-year term representing Michigan's newly realigned 11th Congressional District, appeared at the forum, moderated by League of Women Voters member Susan Rowe. Natural Law Party candidate Daniel Johnson of East Lansing also did not appear.
Democratic nominee David Curson of Belleville and U.S. Taxpayer Party candidate Marc Sosnowski of Dearborn Heights, candidates for a partial six-week term to fill out former Rep. Thaddeus McCotter's vacated term in Michigan's exising 11th Congressional District, appeared at the forum.
Absent was Republican nominee Kerry Bentivolio of Milford, who is a candidate in both the partial and full-term races and will appear twice on many voters' Nov. 6 ballots.