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Governor up for re-election runs on platform of auto insurance reforms

December 17, 2021

Auto drivers in the state of Michigan have received significant attention in the last several months. Last month, the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) voted unanimously to approve refunds on auto insurance premiums, after Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer called on the MCCA to give back its $5 billion surplus to auto insurance customers.

Now, the Associated Press has revealed that a Democratic group allied with Whitmer is launching ads throughout the bowl season to publicize the pending $400-per-vehicle insurance refunds for Michigan drivers. This move is the Democrats’ first onto TV in Whitmer’s governor’s race and comes 11 months before she’s up for re-election.

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