Michigan Republicans still talk about 1966.
This election occurred the same day as the Michigan Republican primary.
The 2008 Michigan Republican primary took place on January 15, 2008.
Its chairman, Fred Upton, a Michigan Republican, said yesterday that he was concerned about the blood supply.
Paul placed fourth in the January 15, 2008, Michigan Republican primary, with 6 percent of the votes and no delegates.
Some Michigan Republicans were described as supporting Granholm.
But Michigan Republicans, who have fought for stricter punishment of juveniles, hailed it as a victory for justice and safety.
Michigan Republicans elected their convention delegates earlier this year using a different caucus process.
On January 15, 2008, Thompson placed 5th in the Michigan Republican primary with 4% of the vote, winning no delegates.
The Michigan Republicans' effort to influence the Presidential nominating process turned out to be a classic exercise in the politics of unintended consequences.