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Rep. David Trott (R-Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, part of Rochester Hills), infamous of late for skirting local town halls, and when he did have one, he left hundreds of locals out in the snow, has galvanized another Birmingham resident into considering a possible run. Attorney and entrepreneur Daniel Haberman, who co-founded Ferndale’s Bosco lounge with his late brother Jeremy (who owned the famed Magic Bag) and launched a flexible workplace business for startups called Byte & Mortar Offices, went to Trott’s town hall, and since then, has been taking a look at that seat, a source said. “He is a very attractive candidate, and could do very well against Trott,” the source said, noting Haberman had reached out to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. “Dan has characteristics the D-Triple C really values.”

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