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Episode 27 – State Rep Sherry Gay-Dagnogo on Her Efforts to Have Kwame’s Sentence Commuted, Running for Mayor and More!

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Episode 27 – State Rep Sherry Gay-Dagnogo on Her Efforts to Have Kwame’s Sentence Commuted, Running for Mayor and More!

Episode 27 - State Rep Sherry Gay-Dagnogo on Her Efforts to Have Kwame's Sentence Commuted, Running for Mayor and More!

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!

Show Notes

[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.