Kid Rock has been teasing a possible run for Senate — but if he decides to get serious, he might have to list his given name on the ballot. That would mean a possible Sen. Robert Ritchie and not Sen... Raw Story Also reported by •Denver Post •Newsmax
With just over one month until Detroit's own Kid Rock opens Little Caesars Arena, we're getting our first look at the new sign going up outside of the arena. Our camera crews caught workers busy.. Source: Rumble -
Kid Rock is running for a Senate position in his home state of Michigan. The timing of his announcement seems like a publicity stunt, where he's hoping to turn fans into political supporters. Rock.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Kid Rock, or at least his nickname Kid Rock, may not be eligible to be placed on the Michigan ballot, which could force Robert Ritchie to use his less-known given name in any run for the U.S. Senate.. Newsmax
Kid Rock’s plan to run for U.S. Senate might be hitting a bump in the road: it’s not immediately clear if the singer’s stage moniker would be allowed on the ballot. He might be required to run.. The Wrap
WASHINGTON (AP) " The head of a super PAC aligned with Senate GOP leadership is encouraging performer Kid Rock to run for Senate against Democratic incumbent Debbie Stabenow of Michigan.The comments.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •FOXNews.com •Deseret News •Seattle Times
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Kanye West, Dwayne Johnson, Oprah Winfrey, Caitlyn Jenner, Will Smith, Mark.. Newsy