In November a candidate with real vision to make lives better for all residents living in the 100th state house district will be elected to Michigan’s State Legislature. That candidate is Sandy Clarke.
Sandy Clarke of Webber Township in Lake County is an Adjunct Professor of Political Science at West Shore Community College. Clarke earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and History from Wilberforce University in Ohio, and her post-graduate degree at Antioch University. Previously, she served Lake County as a County Commissioner from 2010 to 2014. She is a board member of The Baldwin Promise, and author of the book, Not Working Is Not An Option
Sandy Clarke’s priorities for Lake, Newaygo and Oceana Counties center on education, agribusiness, and economic development. In education, she wants to extend programs like the Baldwin Promise to Public Schools in all of the 100th state house district. Clarke stresses the importance of expanding STEM fields education, and would create an office of student loan ombudsman to provide funding for higher education.
To support economic development in the 100th state house district, Clarke wants to expand public transportation to Newaygo and Oceana Counties, bring broadband internet to the entire district, provide better services, housing and care for the district’s veterans, disabled and elderly. To find out more about Sandy Clarke you can contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline to register to vote is October 11. Show your support for Sandy Clarke and all of the Democratic Party candidates by voting on November 8, 2016.