Michigan activist who helped bus Trump supporters to US Capitol in line for party leadership role
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LANSING, Mich. — A Michigan GOP activist who organized busloads of Trump supporters who travelled to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. for a Wednesday protest that devolved into a riot is about to become state co-chair of the Michigan Republican Party. The proposed leadership role for Meshawn Maddock is not sitting well with some party members. On Wednesday, Michigan Republican Party Chair Laura Cox announced she would not seek a second two-year term — a decision she said in an email to party members she arrived at over the Christmas holidays. The unexpected announcement from Cox means that unde...