LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – GOP gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon has earned a third major political endorsement. This time, the support comes from the Michigan Chamber of Commerce.

This follows endorsements from the DeVos family and Right to Life of Michigan.

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“Business owners have told me about how their livelihoods were — and continue to be — targeted by Whitmer’s administration that enforced her unconstitutional executive orders,” Dixon said in a statement. “Whitmer’s agencies, from EGLE to MDARD to MIOSHA, have created a ‘gotcha’ state, treating farmers, entrepreneurs, and others with hostility and contempt.”

She went on it say, “In a Dixon administration, this will end.”

Chamber CEO Jim Holcomb described Dixon as “a strong principled leader who demonstrates a commitment to free enterprise.”

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Wendy Block, Chamber Vice President, called Dixon the “best choice” for voters on August 2nd.

Dixon joins Ryan Kelley, Ralph Rebandt, Kevin Rinke, and Garrett Soldano on the primary ballot.

James Craig submitted documents as a write-in candidate this week after the Michigan Board of Canvassers bounced him from the ballot for invalid and insufficient signature petitions.

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Craig is suing petition circulators.

Perry Johnson, another candidate denied a spot on the ballot for the same reason, is discussing plans to sue with his lawyers. He’s expressed interest in submitting a write-in campaign of his own.