Kid Rock says he is not running for Senate in MI
- Author: Ryan Wade Oct 25, 2017,
Oct 25, 2017, 0:55
Singer Kid Rock ruled out running for a seat in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, saying in a radio interview that his earlier hints about seeking office next year were a lark as he readied to release a new album and go on tour.
Kid Rock said a fan once suggested he should run for Senate in MI. "Are you f-king sh--ng me?" "Who [exlpetive] couldn't figure that out?" the rock star said to Stern.
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Rock, born Robert James Ritchie, has a new album, "Sweet Southern Sugar", coming out next month. "I'm going on tour, too", the musician added.
"Fuck no, I'm not running for Senate".
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Kid Rock has announced his Greatest Show on Earth Tour for next year, which will stop at the Toyota Center on February 3. Naturally, Kid Rock's U.S. Senate bid was all to boost interest in his upcoming record. A handful of tweets and blog posts, followed by rhyming "political speeches" in the middle of his concerts - delivered behind an official-looking lectern - led to numerous think pieces, to reporters descending on his "major announcements", and to support from Breitbart executive Stephen Bannon and the super PAC allied with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. "Are you f-- s-- me?" At least one poll from the summer showed Kid Rock leading Stabenow in a hypothetical 2018 Senate race in MI.
Some observers thought Kid Rock, a Republican, had a legitimate chance of defeating Stabenow, in part because President Donald Trump won MI in 2016.
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