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LANSING, Mich. — In the wake of the 2020 election, the idea of establishing a pro-Trump political party floated around right-wing circles on social media. Months later, the Michigan Patriot Party is one step closer to being on the ballot in Michigan.

“We felt like we were robbed, and so that pretty much broke the camel's back,” says Zeeland resident Brian VanDussen.

VanDussen, a lifelong Republican, is the founder of the fledgling party, which is now in the process of getting signatures to be officially designated in Michigan.

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