'I'm done': Rep. Mitchell retiring from public life, won't seek office again

DETROIT — U.S. Rep. Paul Mitchell, newly independent of the Republican Party, says he’s retiring from public life and won’t run for governor of Michigan or any other office. “I have no intention of running for elected office again,” Mitchell said in a Friday interview. “I have disagreements with the governor on a whole range of things, but I’m going to go home and inflict my opinion on my family, who will probably tell me to please shut up.” “It’s the right decision at this point in my life,” he added. “In my family.” Mitchell, a former corporate executive, is leaving Congress at the end of hi…

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