LANSING — After abandoning the state nearly a decade ago, Mike Rogers moved back to Michigan in July 2023 and bought a modest house in White Lake Township ahead of his Senate campaign launch. Rogers’ campaign claimed that Rogers didn’t live in the house because it is “pending renovations,” despite the real estate listing showing the house was “completely remodeled… just prior to its sale.”

Fast forward to May 2024, the house “has been demolished” and still has “never [been] lived in” by Rogers. There were “no workers or active construction visible at the time,” and Rogers’ campaign refuses to provide a timeline of when Rogers will move into the house that is under major construction. 

SHOT: After nearly a decade, Rogers moves back to Michigan ahead of his Senate campaign launch and buys a modest house in July 2023. Rogers’ campaign claims he doesn’t live in the house because it is “pending renovations.”

Rogers’ Michigan “house” that he purchased in July 2023, right before he announced his Senate campaign launch

Photo: Michigan Advance

CHASER: Rogers does not currently own a house in Michigan. The house that Rogers bought in Michigan “has been demolished,” and it has “never [been] lived in” by him. 

Rogers’ campaign refuses to provide a timeline of when Rogers will move into the house that is under major construction.

Rogers’ Michigan “house” that has “never [been] lived in” by Rogers and been “demolished

Photo: Michigan Advance

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