Michigan Rep. Upton Unanimously Censured by County GOP for Impeachment Vote

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A Michigan county’s Republican Party voted to censure Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) for his vote to impeach former President Donald Trump earlier this month. During the Allegan County Republican Convention, members voted Jan. 21 “censure and condemn” Upton in a unanimous vote, according to a statement, adding that Upton “ignored the voice of his voters in Allegan County” by voting for Trump’s impeachment. “The unanimous voice vote was confirmed during a meeting of the Executive Committee immediately following the convention by another unanimous voice vote,” the group said. “The AGOP Issues Committee is charged with making recommendations for further action.” Upton represents Allegan County, which is part of Michigan’s 6th Congressional District. Upton, in response, said, “I always said I’d support President Trump when I agreed with him and disagree when I thought he was wrong. Congress should not tolerate any effort to impede the peaceful transfer of power. “I’ve gone …

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