State Representative Al Pscholka is making it official that he wants to head back to Lansing for his third and final term in the state House. Pscholka made his reelection announcement on Monday, saying he's worked hard over the past four years to balance the state budget, pay down debt and create an environment that leads to job creation. The Stevensville Republican says he's delivered on those promises and has more yet to do. Pscholka points to unfinished work on coming up with long-term solutions for road and bridge funding and ensuring students have career and technical education options. He will face a challenge in the primary election in August from the far right of the GOP. Tea Party activist Cindy Duran is running against Pscholka, citing his backing of Governor Snyder's Medicaid expansion as a key reason for getting into the race.
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