In her conversation with Mike, Sherry talks about her effort to have Kwame’s sentence commuted, the reason she wants to be Mayor of Detroit, Michigan’s recent No-Fault law changes, and the controversy around her home being mistakenly torn down. Get ready to get fired up!
[0:05] Introducing today’s guest, State Rep Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
[1:15] Were you born and raised in Detroit?
[6:12] What did you do after high school?
[7:16] What got you into politics and what did you do before politics?
[9:30] Sherry explains why she wanted to be a public servant and the problems she saw with the education system
[15:52] Who asked you not to run in 2008?
[16:15] What year was the first time you ran for State House?
[16:42] What district do you represent?
[16:58] Have you reached your term limit? How has the journey been?
[18:50] How do you think Governor Whitmer is doing now?
[19:39] Do most people run for State Senate after their term is up in the House?
[20:37] What is your opinion on the new No-Fault legislation?
[23:09] “This [law] is beyond terrible”
[26:36] What can we do to hold these people accountable?
[29:01] Is there anything that can be done to repeal the law?
[30:09] Why do you want to be mayor?
[30:39] Now that Detroit is on the rise, what do you plan on doing to help the city?
[31:14] What specifically, do you think the mayor is not doing for the city?
[33:28] Detroiters were being overtaxed and did not have the money returned to them
[34:11] What happened to the house you worked on that was torn down?
[38:07] When did your charity buy the house and what did you plan for it?
[40:11] Who told you the house was torn down?
[41:35] Did you have the check from the insurance company by then?
[43:58] Did you make a police report?
[44:21] Mike finds a picture of the torn down house
[46:17] Was this just a mistake? What happened?
[48:05] Who gave the demolition company your address?
[50:44] Why would someone destroy the house?
[51:40] What’s going on with your civil suit? What are you suing for?
[52:41] Did you ask the mayor to get answers?
[54:12] What is happening on February 14th?
[55:49] Will you update us later on?
[56:34] What is your opinion on Kwame Kilpatrick’s sentence and early release?
[1:00:33] Are you in contact with Kwame?
[1:01:09] A lot of people believe that pardoning Kilpatrick is a ploy to win Michigan in the 2020 election?
[1:02:52] Detroiters need to vote and fill out the census
[1:03:40] Thanks for coming on the show and good luck
[1:03:50] An update on Rep Dagnogo’s meeting. Check out her Facebook here.