The state House campaigns of Cindy Duran of Stevensville and Jim Walker of Benton Harbor have extra cash thanks to contributions from the political action committee of Dave Agema. Agema is the controversial Michigan Republican National Committeeman who has been urged to resign by top GOP officials due to bigoted remarks about gays and Muslims in speeches and social media posts. Campaign finance reports show his Top Gun PAC gave $500 to Walker as he challenges incumbent Republican Representative Dave Pagel of Oronoko Township and $400 to Duran for her effort to unseat Republican Al Pscholka. Duran is active in the Tea Party movement in Berrien County, and is running against Pscholka due to his efforts to pass Governor Snyder's Medicaid expansion bill.
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