Lansing — State lawmakers driving through the capital city might notice two familiar faces on billboards that popped up this week.

Superstation 910AM is promoting the new radio programs of former state Reps. Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat with four billboards in Lansing along major thoroughfares near the Capitol.

There also are two Courser billboards near the border of Oakland and Lapeer county, radio station spokesman Mort Meisner said.

Both billboards promoting the Metro Detroit radio station’s new conservative talk show hosts carry a similar message: “Hear what Todd has to say” and “Hear what Cindy has to say.”

The Michigan House of Representatives no longer wanted to hear from Gamrat when it expelled her from office last September for misconduct in office related to her affair with Courser and his failed attempt to cover it up. Courser resigned an hour before Gamrat to avoid an almost certain expulsion vote.

Gamrat and Courser have contended their fellow Republicans booted them from office for political reasons, not because they did anything wrong.

Courser launched his Saturday afternoon one-hour show two weeks ago, prompting Gamrat to follow suit with her own two-hour show on Thursday afternoons.

Superstation 910AM, which goes by the call letters WFDF, is based in Southfield but has a powerful broadcast signal that can be heard across most of the Lower Peninsula.

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