Susan J. Demas: Michigan may boast the most boring U.S. Senate race of 2014

Michigan was supposed to be a prime GOP pickup opportunity in the battle for control of the U.S. Senate.

The seat is open for the first time since 1978, thanks to the retirement of U.S. Sen. Carl Levin (D-Detroit), who Republicans always sniffed was way too liberal for Michigan.

But those hopes are fading fast, as the race between Republican Terri Lynn Land and Democrat Gary Peters has been a veritable snoozefest. 

Truth be told, neither Land, a former Secretary of State, nor Peters, a former investment banker, are larger-than-life characters.

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