Great Lakes Education Project Proudly Endorses 30 Candidates for State House of Representatives

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Great Lakes Education Project Proudly Endorses 30 Candidates for State House of Representatives

Second Wave of Candidates Earn GLEP’s Backing

LANSING –The Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) today proudly endorsed 30 lawmakers for re-election  to the state House of Representatives.  Each of the lawmakers has demonstrated a real and lasting commitment to Michigan students, and reforms to Michigan’s public education system that put the needs of students first.

They join 18 other candidates endorsed by GLEP in May.

“The Great Lakes Education Project is proud and excited to stand with these men and women because they stand with Michigan’s kids,” said GLEP Executive Director Beth DeShone.  “They know that every child is different and that they deserve schools that put them first, not the education bureaucracy. GLEP looks forward to continuing our work with each of these legislators to advance policies that promote educational freedom for teachers and students across Michigan.”

Incumbent candidates endorsed today include:

17th District:        Joe Bellino

30th District:       Diana Farrington

36th District:       Douglas Wozniak

39th District:        Ryan Berman

42nd District:       Ann Bollin

43rd District:        Andrea Schroeder

44th District:        Matthew Maddock

51st District:        Michael Mueller

57th District:        Bronna Kahle

63rd District:        Matt Hall

64th District:        Julie Alexander

65th District:        Sarah Lightner

66th District:        Beth Griffin

77th District:        Tommy Brann

78th District:        Brad Paquette

84th District:       Philip Green

86th District:        Thomas Albert

87th District:        Julie Calley

88th District:        Luke Meerman

89th District:        James Lilly

91st District:        Greg VanWoerkom

93rd District:        Graham Filler

94th District:        Rodney Wakeman

97th District:        Jason Wentworth

98th District:        Annette Glenn

99th District:        Roger Hauck

102nd District:     Michele Hoitenga

106th District:     Sue Allor

108th District:     Beau Lafave

110th District:     Gregory Markkanen

The Great Lakes Education Project is a bi-partisan, non-profit advocacy organization supporting quality choices in public education for all Michigan students.  GLEP strongly supports efforts to improve academic achievement, increase accountability and empower parental choice in our schools.