John Conyers is currently the second longest-serving incumbent member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Michigan officials reported last weekend that long-time Detroit Democrat Representative John Conyers didn't submit enough signatures to qualify for the ballot this year.
Authorities say Conyers was 400 signatures short of having enough to qualify to run for re-election. Many of the signatures were thrown out because some of his signature-gatherers were not registered to vote in Michigan as required by law.
This violation of the state's election law was brought to light by Conyers' Democrat opponent, Horace Sheffield, who filed a complaint with the state after he learned that some of Conyers' petition gatherers were not legal voters in accordance with the law.
Don’t be surprised if enough signatures mysteriously show up to put Conyers back on the ballot.
A brief introduction to John Conyers and his corrupt ex-convict wife Monica can be found at the second and third links.