The Michigan Democratic Party has chosen Wayne County Circuit Judge Connie Kelley, Oakland County District Judge Shelia Johnson and University of Michigan Law School Associate Dean Bridget McCormack as their three candidates for the Michigan Supreme Court election in November. During a recent appearance at Lansing Community College hosted by the Capital Area Progressives, the three candidates discussed the issues facing the deeply divided court, including the role of corporate money and the need for greater transparency. Questions were posed by Judge Julie Reincke of Eaton County.
In this video, each candidate introduces herself and explains why she is running. The threesome reportedly can do a great rendition of Stop in the Name of Love, but it may take winning the election to persuade them to burst into song.