SEP (US) 2010 Michigan election campaign
6 October 2018
The SEP’s candidate for Michigan’s 12th congressional district, along with his opponents from the Democratic and Republican parties, as well as the pseudo-left Working Class Party, answered questions on immigration, inequality, education and more.
By Patrick Martin, 9 August 2018
The latest effort by Sanders—with the assistance of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez—to give a “progressive” gloss to the corporate-controlled Democratic Party has reached its predictable end in Michigan and Kansas.
Socialist candidate for Congress Niles Niemuth submits thousands of signatures for ballot access in Michigan
By our reporter, 19 July 2018
Niles Niemuth, the Socialist Equality Party's candidate for US congress, formally filed for ballot access Wednesday, submitting nearly 6,000 signatures from residents of Michigan's 12th district.
By Niles Niemuth, 14 July 2018
Niles Niemuth, the Socialist Equality Party candidate for Michigan’s 12th Congressional District, issued a statement condemning the June 29 court ruling in Detroit that there is “no right to literacy.”
“I demand a full and open investigation”
By our reporters, 10 July 2018
Niles and supporters attended a memorial picnic Sunday for the young autoworker who died at the Ford Woodhaven Stamping plant on October 20, 2017.
By Shannon Jones and Nancy Hanover, 6 May 2016
In the wake of their return to work following a two-day sickout, Detroit teachers are facing attacks from emergency manager Steven Rhodes and the state legislature.
By James Brewer, 6 January 2016
Gov. Rick Snyder’s announcement came the day after the Genesee County Board of Commissioners held a meeting to discuss its approval of Flint Mayor Karen Weaver’s request for a federal disaster declaration.
By Robert Fowler and Philip Guelpa, 8 June 2015
Nurses in New York City’s private hospitals overwhelmingly authorized strike action to demand adequate staffing.
By D’Artagnan Collier and SEP candidate for Michigan Legislature, 6 November 2010
The results of the 2010 elections, in Detroit and Michigan, and indeed in every state and city across the country, express the complete political disenfranchisement of the population.
Socialist Candidate in Michigan’s 9th District
By Lawrence Porter, 2 November 2010
The World Socialist Web Site and the Socialist Equality Party is encouraging the strongest possible vote for D’Artagnan Collier, the SEP candidate in the 9th District for the Michigan state House of Representatives on Tuesday.
SEP candidate for Michigan legislature
By Shannon Jones, 1 November 2010
Socialist Equality Party candidate for the Michigan House of Representatives D’Artagnan Collier explained the socialist response to the crisis in Detroit at an October 28 election meeting.
By Shannon Jones, 22 October 2010
SEP candidate for the Michigan state legislature D’Artagnan Collier received an attentive response speaking before a class of history students at Wayne State University in Detroit on October 20.
D’Artagnan Collier election campaign meeting
16 October 2010
D’Artagnan Collier, the Socialist Equality Party candidate for Michigan House of Representatives, 9th District, will address the deepening social crisis in Detroit at a public meeting on October 28.
By Lawrence Porter, 13 October 2010
D’Artagnan Collier, SEP candidate for the Michigan state legislature, spoke to Detroit Symphony Orchestra strikers and supporters at an October 10 concert.
By Lawrence Porter, 6 October 2010
D’Artagnan Collier, SEP candidate for the 9th District in Michigan, campaigned this weekend among workers and students at a food charity and at a local community college.
By of D’Artagnan Collier and Socialist Equality Party candidate for Michigan legislature, 2 October 2010
This statement has been issued by D’Artagnan Collier, the Socialist Equality Party’s candidate for Michigan House of Representatives (9th District) and a founding member of the Committee Against Utility Shutoffs.
By D’Artagnan Collier and SEP Candidate for Michigan House Representatives, 16 September 2010
The following statement is being distributed at a series of meetings on Detroit Mayor David Bing’s plans to restructure and downsize the city.
By Patrick Martin, 16 September 2010
Nearly a thousand Detroit residents packed the Greater Grace Temple on the city’s northwest side Tuesday night for the first of a series of public hearings on Mayor David Bing’s plans to restructure and shrink the city.
By of D’Artagnan Collier, Socialist Equality Party candidate for Michigan’s state legislature and 9th District, 9 September 2010
D’Artagnan Collier, the SEP’s candidate for Michigan state legislature, issued the following statement on the fires that swept through Detroit’s neighborhoods Tuesday evening.
By of D’Artagnan Collier, 4 September 2010
This statement has been issued by D’Artagnan Collier, a member of the Socialist Equality Party who is running in the Detroit area for state representative in Michigan’s 9th District in Detroit.
By D’Artagnan Collier, 2 September 2010
D’Artagnan Collier, the Socialist Equality Party candidate for state representative in Michigan’s 9th District, issued the following statement after a state-appointed fact-finder backed the Detroit mayor’s demand for a 10 percent wage cut for city workers.
By a reporter, 4 August 2010
D’Artagnan Collier, Socialist Equality Party candidate for the Michigan House of Representatives, addressed a meeting of the Committee Against Utility Shutoffs (CAUS) July 29.
11 June 2010
The Socialist Equality Party is running D’Artagnan Collier for Michigan State House of Representative in the 9th District for the November 2 elections.