WASHINGTON (WKZO) -- Don't look for Senator Carl Levin to be taking it easy any time soon. The longtime Democratic senator from Michigan is retiring next year, but he tells us that he's not using his last year to rest.
Levin tells us that part of the reason he chose to retire was so that he could spend more time working, and none on campaigning. He says that there's too much to do, and we won't be seeing him do any farewell tours, except maybe in the last couple of weeks of his term.
The race to replace Senator Levin so far is coming down to Democratic Congressman Gary Peters and former Michigan Secretary of State Republican Terry Lynn Land.