Would You Vote for Kid Rock if He Runs for Senate?

Would you vote Kid Rock into the Senate if given the chance?

…because it looks like Michigan may just have that opportunity.

Kid Rock seems to be prepping for a potential run after the rocker launched a new website titled ‘Kid Rock for Senate’ this week.

“Stay tuned, I will have a major announcement in the near future,” the 46-year-old musician tweeted out on Wednesday.

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Rock also revealed the name of what looks to be his new campaign website via twitter, and reassured his fans it was him behind the curtain.

Rock’s name had been floated as a possible Senate candidate in Michigan during the state’s Republican Party convention in February.

Democrat Debbie Stabenow has held the seat in the blue-leaning state since 2000, and won re-election in 2012 with 58 percent of the vote.

Michigan voted for Republican Donald Trump in November’s general election.

Rock’s Senate campaign website features a large photograph of the musician seated in a chair next to a stuffed deer.


Captioned underneath that photo is, ‘Are you scared?’

There is even an online store with “Kid Rock for Senate” merch.

The site has none of Rock’s policy positions, though we can guess where he leans. A self described ‘libertarian’, the rockstar has campaigned for Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election.

Rock has also been seen hanging out with President Donald Trump in the White House with Ted Nugent and Sarah Palin.

In an interview with Rolling Stone Kid Rock said that Trump’s business background would be beneficial to the country.

“My feeling: Let the motherf—king business guy run it like a f—king business,” he stated to the publication.

So what do you think America?

Would Kid Rock kill it (in a good way) as a senator or not?

Tells us everything in the comment section below.


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