John Conyers failed to obtain the required 1,000 signatures to put his name on the primary ballot, and did not meet the filing deadline. No problem, he just shopped for a Democrat appointed judge who ruled that John just made an honest mistake and ignored the law to allow his name to be put on the ballot. I guess the law only applies to us poor suckers in the general population, not the ruling elite class like Conyers. The people of Detroit deserve better but will no doubt vote him a winner again on primaries based on name recognition alone. Our laws are apparently negotiable and selective as to their application.