Detroit News Staff
As Libertarian Gary Johnson looks to make an impact in the presidential election in Michigan, he’s getting a little help from a cousin who is running for Congress in the 1st Congressional District.
Diane Bostow, 67, of Gwinn in Marquette County, is running as the Libertarian candidate in the highly competitive race featuring former Michigan Democratic Party chairman Lon Johnson and Republican Jack Bergman, a retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant general. Ellis Boal of Charlevoix also will be on the ballot as the Green Party’s candidate.
Bostow’s father and Johnson’s mother were siblings, the children of Ukranian immigrants who settled in North Dakota. Bostow said she returned to Michigan two years ago to retire after living in different states for many years…
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