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Stupak Letter to Constituents (4/10/2010)
Bart thanks constituents for their support
Stupak Announces Retirement (4/9/2010)
U.S. Congressman Bart Stupak announces he will not seek re-election to Congress.
Stupak Thanks Voters for Support (11/5/2008)
Thank you for your help, support, and advice throughout this campaign!
Petoskey News-Review: Stupak deserves reelection (10/27/2008)
For our part, we support Bart Stupak for reelection to Congress.
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Bay City Times: Stupak for another term (10/24/2008)
On the issues, he is engaged, and on point.
Detroit Free Press Endorsement (10/24/2008)
Stupak continues to serve the district well and rates re-election.
Escanaba Daily Press: Stupak deserves ninth term in office (10/23/2008)
Stupak can be independent-minded
Alpena News: Candidates answer questions at forum (10/22/2008)
The issue of free trade was discussed, with the candidates taking different positions.
Petoskey News-Review: Stupak seeks re-election based on experience and record (10/21/2008)
Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Menominee, relies on his experience, record and clear stance on both foreign and domestic issues.
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Escanaba Daily Press: Stupak discusses economy, oil prices and drilling (10/17/2008)
What will the next two years hold for residents of the 1st Congressional District?
Marquette Mining Journal: Candidates meet to discuss family issues (10/17/2008)
"We can bail out Wall Street but we can't help our kids?" said Stupak.
2008 ENDORSEMENTS (10/16/2008)
U.S. Congressman Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) has been endorsed for his 2008 re-election campaign by the following organizations:
Daily Press: Local Candidates Face Off (10/16/2008)
Three vie for seat in U.S. House
Stupak Hits the Airwaves (10/15/2008)
Click here and listen to Bart’s message to the First District.
Petoskey News-Review: 1st Congressional Candidates Handle Local, International Issues (10/15/2008)
By Noah Fowle News-Review Staff Writer
Soo Evening News: Stupak, Casperson square off at forum (10/7/2008)
BRIMLEY — The financial rescue of Wall Street and renewable energy projects dominated the conversation
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Stupak Receives NRA Endorsement (10/3/2008)
U.S. Congressman Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) has received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association (NRA) as he seeks re-election to represent Michigan’s 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Bailout abandons Northern Michigan values (10/2/2008)
I am concerned $700 billion is just the beginning and additional billions of dollars will almost certainly be necessary.  The bailout is likely to go on for years and over that time I fully expect corruption and criminal activity will be found on Wall Street.    
I cannot ask American families – who work hard, play by the rules and struggle to meet their own financial obligations – to bail out Wall Street executives for their reckless, lavish lifestyles.
Stupak Votes for Democratic Bill to Expand Domestic Drilling (9/24/2008)
Release of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve could lower gas prices by 25 cents
House Votes to Renew Great Lakes Legacy Act (9/19/2008)
(Menominee, MI) – U.S. Congressman Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) voted Thursday evening to renew a federal program that provides annual funding for Great Lakes clean up efforts. 
Stupak Hails House Action on Energy Speculation (9/19/2008)
(Menominee, MI) – After months of negotiations, the U.S. House of Representatives today passed legislation to crack down on the Wall Street speculators running up the price of oil... 
Stupak: Biden a Great Choice for VP (8/23/2008)
(Menominee, MI) – U.S. Congressman Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) released the following statement regarding Senator Barack Obama's announcement that Senator Joe Biden will be the Democratic vice presidential candidate... 
Stupak Looks Forward to General Election (8/5/2008)
(Menominee, MI) – Congressman Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) released the following statement regarding his campaign for reelection to a ninth term representing Michigan’s 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives...
Republicans Block Stupak Bill to Stop Gas Price Gouging (6/25/2008)
Eleven Republicans who previously supported price gouging legislation flip-flopped and voted against it Tuesday.
Stupak Wins Gentleman’s Wager With Pittsburgh Congressman Over Stanley Cup Finals (6/16/2008)
Menominee – Making good on a gentleman’s wager, Congressman Mike Doyle (D-Pittsburgh) this week delivered Pittsburgh-made sandwiches and beer to Michigan Congressmen Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) and John Dingell (D-Dearborn).  Stupak and Dingell made a gentleman’s wager with Doyle on the 2008 Stanley Cup finals, in which the Detroit Red Wings defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins four games to two.
Congressman Stupak Endorses Senator Obama (6/3/2008)
This has been a historic presidential primary election with phenomenal interest in our Democratic candidates. With the conclusion of today’s primaries, all Americans have had an opportunity to make their voices heard at the ballot box. Now that the nation’s last primary ballot has been cast and an agreement has been reached to seat Michigan’s delegates at the Democratic National Convention, I am proud to pledge my support to Senator Barack Obama’s candidacy for President of the United States of America.
Stupak Announces Re-election Bid (3/18/2008)
From his campaign headquarters in Menominee, U.S. Congressman Bart Stupak announced today that he will seek re-election to a ninth term in the U.S. House of Representatives.  Stupak said he remains committed to standing up for northern Michigan, and working to guide and affect the change necessary to move America forward.  
Special Statement on the Economy (3/1/2008)
Washington has made the wrong decisions and it's time to change and rebuild our economy now. Incomes are declining while the middle class is squeezed trying to pay for rising health care, gasoline, and college tuition costs...
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