Click On Detroit reports:
Michigan Congressman Fred Upton, a Republican who has been serving the 6th district in West Michigan since 1987, says he’s retiring from Congress. Upton would have had to face Trump-backed Bill Huizenga in the 2022 election later this year after redistricting maps were approved earlier this year, creating a new 4th district. Upton was one of ten Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump.
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Big House news: Veteran GOP Rep. Fred Upton is retiring. He was one of 10 who voted to impeach Trump over Jan. 6. As of last week, he hadn’t made a decision but would have been forced to challenge Rep. Huizenga. He told me last Thursday he was torn over the decision
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) April 5, 2022
Yes, a lot of Democrats are retiring. But Fred Upton just joined Adam Kinzinger, Tony Gonzalez, and John Katko in retiring after voting to impeach Trump.
There’s zero room for anti-Trump Republicans in this party. He owns the GOP. https://t.co/vKNYw2mXPd
— Sawyer Hackett (@SawyerHackett) April 5, 2022