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Current State for November 4-5, 2017

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Clockwise from top left: Lansing mayoral candidates Andy Schor (left) and Judi Brown Clarke (right); Congressman John Lewis; East Lansing City Hall sign; Human lung model displayed at Sparrow Hospital's Herbert-Herman Cancer Center; Cooley Haze House

On this week's Current State - Election 2017. Lansing voters will elect a new mayor on Tuesday, November 7. A conversation with Civil Rights Leader Congressman John Lewis. In East Lansing, voters will consider Income Tax, Property Tax Cut and vote on city council members. On Nov.7, the city of Lansing will ask voters to approve the sale of the 1903 Cooley Haze House. And the race for mayor in Jackson heats up.

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