DETROIT (WKZO) -- Detroit civil rights attorney Godfrey Dillard is said to be weighing a run for attorney general this year. Lansing's MIRS News reports he has discussed a run with likely Democratic gubernatorial nominee Mark Schauer, and would face Michigan State University law professor Mark Totten in the August primary. The nominee is expected to face incumbent Republican Attorney General Bill Schuette, who has not yet made a run for a second term official.
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