Republican Steven Elliott discusses why he is running for Congress

Steven Elliott believes his views on immigration, energy and education separate him from his opponent, Rashida Tlaib.

Steven Elliott, 12th Congressional District Republican candidate.

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Michigan’s new Congressional Districts have shaken things up in our politics. It means incumbents now have to run in places they may not be as familiar and certain races will be closer than analysts had thought.

The 12th Congressional District includes portions of Oakland and Wayne County. Entrepreneur Steven Elliot is running for this seat as a Republican. He spoke with Detroit Today about his views on immigration, energy and education. The show has also been talking with other Congressional candidates, including Elliott’s opponent, Rashida Tlaib.

“Everything can be improved on.” — Steven Elliott, 12th District Congressional candidate


Listen: Why Steven Elliott thinks he should be the next Congressman representing Michigan’s 12th District.

 


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Steven Elliott is the Republican running for Michigan’s 12th Congressional seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. When discussing how to reform immigration policy, he says there is room for improvement.

“I don’t know every rule and I don’t know every reason,” says Elliott. “It’s a very hard thing to look at and see what works, what doesn’t.”

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