WASHINGTON — America's most interesting development since November is the Republican Party becoming more interesting. Consider the congressman from Grand Rapids, Mich., who occupies the seat once held by Gerald Ford, embodiment of vanilla Republicanism. Justin Amash, 33, may seek the Senate seat being vacated by six-term Democrat Carl Levin, who was elected in 1978, two years before Amash was born.
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WASHINGTON — You know the feeling. You wake up filled with dread but, still groggy, you can't put your finger on the reason. Possibilities flitter across the landscape of near-consciousness: An exam? A deadline? A speech? What day is it? Oh my God, Boston. For longer than usual, you linger, head on pillow, breathing, thinking, I have my legs. Oh my God.
The world according to Gary Hoff, Hawaii Tribune-Herald.
The Tribune-Herald makes the following recommendations and endorsements for the Nov. 6 general election (originally published on Sunday, Oct. 21).