HOLLAND, Mich. (WZZM) -- Holland Mayor Kurt Dykstra has confirmed to WZZM 13 he is resuming exploration into a run for U.S. Senate.
Dykstra said with Congressman Dave Camp's decision not to run, he will restart discussions with key players in the republican party to see if he would have sufficient support to start a campaign. He says the decision will likely come before the Republican Leadership Conference next month on Mackinaw Island.
If he does run, Dykstra would try to fill the seat held by long-time democrat Senator Carl Levin who has decided to retire.
U.S. Representative Gary Peters has already announced a run on the democratic side.