Candidates for Michigan’s 6th US Congressional District discuss election
Posted: Oct 29, 2020 5:22 PM EDT
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Berrien County Republican Fred Upton is hoping to hold onto his 6th Congressional District seat, but Democratic state Representative Jon Hoadley is putting pressure on the incumbent.
ABC57’s Brian Conybeare spoke with both candidates about the pandemic, politics and issues that affect Michigan residents.
There are two other candidates on the ballot - Libertarian Jeff DePoy and Green Party candidate John Lawrence.
Contributions to this story also made by: Melissa Hudson