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● MI-Sen: Democrat Pamela Pugh, who just won a second eight-year term on Michigan's State Board of Education, says that she's weighing a bid for Senate, which would set up a primary battle with Rep. Elissa Slotkin. Pugh, who is Black, cited the paucity of Black members in the state's congressional delegation in explaining her interest and noted that there are no Black women in the upper chamber at all. In a statement, she promised to "make a decision in the coming months."