Port Huron Times Herald Endorsement: Peters our choice for Senate

“Gary Peters is best suited to succeed Carl Levin in the U.S. Senate. Peters’ experience as a member of the House of Representatives for the most part has distinguished him as a leader who values cooperation, a quality the politically gridlocked Senate badly needs.” Read More »

Lansing State Journal: Letter: Peters supports Renewable Fuel Standard

“I want to thank Congressman Gary Peters for his ongoing support of America’s Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), which sets standards for blending clean-burning ethanol into our fuel supply.” Read More »

Mlive: U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters to make campaign stop in Flint

“Gary Peters, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, will be stopping in Flint on Wednesday, Oct. 29, for a campaign rally.” Read More »

WJRT: U.S. Senate Candidate Gary Peters visits Flint

“Candidates are pulling out all the stops to get plenty of support for Vote 2014.” Read More »

C & G News: Q & A with U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters

“U.S. Rep. Gary Peters, D-Bloomfield Township, has represented Michigan in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2009. He is serving his third term and represents the 14th District.” Read More »

Vice News: Candidate’s Pro-Environment Stance Might Be A Winning Strategy In Michigan Senate Race

“Last July, a small Canadian environmental group called Windsor on Watch captured footage of a frightening spectacle — a giant black cloud, dark and ominous as a thunderhead, swirling into Ontario from neighboring Detroit.” Read More »

City Pulse: City Pulse election guide 2014: Endorsements

“The case is strong for why U.S. Rep. Gary Peters, a Democrat, deserves your vote for the U.S. Senate to replace retiring Carl Levin.” Read More »

Detroit News: Peters our choice for U.S. Senate

“Peters, on the other hand, has made the better case that he has the competence and confidence to do the job of a U.S. senator.” Read More »

Mlive: Lisa Wozniak: Protecting Pure Michigan begins in the voting booth

“On November 4, voters will have a clear choice when it comes to who will protect our Great Lakes, our incredible parks, and the air we breathe.” Read More »