Lansing, MI (Tuesday, June 21, 2016) – The Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) today announced endorsements in 25 re-election campaigns for incumbent members of the Michigan House of Representatives.
“We’re confident each of these incumbent legislators will continue to be forceful advocates and champions for children in the Michigan House of Representatives, and we’re pleased to endorse and support their re-election campaigns,” said Gary Naeyaert, GLEP Executive Director.
Incumbents endorsed today by GLEP include the following:
“Political elections are hard fought contests. Now is the time for every voter to take a good look at their past records and positions on key issues and make the important decisions about which candidates to support. We’re very proud to endorse these outstanding incumbents in these races,” said Beth DeShone, GLEP Advocacy Director.
GLEP’s endorsement process includes an examination of past voting records, personal interviews and results from the organization’s extensive candidate questionnaire. It should be noted that priority issues for GLEP include school choice and early literacy, while there are a number of education policy issues for which endorsed candidates may hold a variety of positions, including K-12 funding, curriculum standards, student assessments, etc.
The organization will make additional endorsements in the weeks ahead.
For additional information, please contact Gary Naeyaert at 517-281-2690.