8-Time Felon Aims for State (Not Big) House

People say politicians can't be trusted, but what about when it comes to an eight-time felon running for public office? Brian Banks, 35, convicted of writing bad checks and credit card fraud, is vying for Michigan's 1st House District this November. The Democrat, whose last conviction for fraud-related charges was eight years ago, won a close primary election. Banks, who did not have to face an incumbent, beat four other Democratic opponents by a margin of only 100 votes. He'll face Dan...Full Story
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