"Today, in addition to serving as Michigan’s senior U.S. Senator, Debbie Stabenow is a member of the Senate leadership. As Chair of the Democratic Policy and Communications Center, she makes sure there is Michigan voice at the table and that Congress’ priorities stay in line with the priorities of middle class families."
"John James is a husband, father, combat veteran and businessman. He is a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, pro-business conservative who has demonstrated energetic leadership, clarity of vision and a passion for service from the battlefield to the boardroom. John’s lived the American Dream and wants to protect that Dream for future generations."
"Gretchen Whitmer is a proven fighter, can mobilize people to take on our big problems, and will challenge the status quo in Lansing to get things done for all Michiganders. As a mom, former legislator, and prosecutor, she’ll fight for the things that matter to people and put them first."
"For more than 40 years Bill has been an activist for political involvement working on a wide ranging set of projects. From voter registration drives to ballot initiatives; protests to public presentations. Bill is running for office to give power back to the people of Michigan in many aspects of their lives. "
"Michigan State University is an institution around which Dave Dutch’s family has long been built. His parents attended and graduated from the University and while there they met, fell in love and then married. Dave’s father then spent 52 years working for the University."
"Brianna T. Scott was born and raised in Muskegon, Michigan. Brianna attended Michigan State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing. Among the honors she received were the COGIC Center Aspiring Law Student Scholarship, winner of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc essay contest and making the Dean's list in 1996."
"When the news broke about the heinous crimes of Larry Nasser, it triggered so many different feelings regarding my alma matter. My heart breaks for the survivors. There is a cultural problem at MSU. It was an issue when I was a student and clearly there has been no change for the better. This lack of leadership and lack of support for students must come to an end. It is obvious that students have not come first for some time and enough is enough."