Megan Crandall has been a breath of fresh air to the Traverse City Area Public Schools board, proving herself to be a problem solver, critical thinker, and independent voice.
She has been a natural leader, both on the board and in her many other community efforts, such as the Traverse City Young Professionals. These are precisely the attributes our state representative needs and uniquely qualify Megan for this position.
Please join me in supporting Megan Crandall for 104th District state representative; she is an "independent" candidate we can all be proud of.
More than 900 cases
In regard to Kevin Elsenheimer's experience, check out his web site where among other truths you will learn he was involved in over 900 court cases in Antrim County, including 35 trials, has experience with the Michigan Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Recent letters to the paper omitted his experience in Antrim County as an Assistant Prosecutor and also that he is a member of the State House of Representatives.
Like Mike Stepka, he accepted contributions from PACs which he used for prior campaigns. No corporate funds are being used for this campaign.
Patrick E. Skarnulis
I am thankful I have a congressman in Washington who understands and is fighting for a better Immigration policy. He co-sponsored legislation that focuses on border security and immigration enforcement. He supports enforcing our borders by increasing the number of U.S. Border Patrol agents, protecting our jobs by ensuring that illegal immigrants are not taking American jobs by creating an employment eligibility verification system, reforming the H-2A temporary agricultural worker program, and stopping the use of identification documents by illegal aliens.
I applaud Dave Camp for fighting to protect American jobs for American workers. Vote for Dave Camp Nov. 2.