Three GOP candidates vying for Michigan's new 5th Congressional District seat

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NILES, Mich. -- Three Republican candidates are vying for Michigan's 5th Congressional District seat.

The newly drawn district covers parts of 10 different counties from Lake Michigan all the way to Lake Erie, including southern Berrien County, Cass County and St. Joseph County.

Republican incumbent Tim Walberg of Jackson is being challenged by Elizabeth Ferszt, also from Jackson and Dr. Sherry O'Donnell of Stevensville in the primary.

The winner will run against Democrat Bart Goldberg of New Buffalo in the General Election in November.

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