With fellow candidates Paul Clements and Bette Pierman at the CCDP Headquarters Grand Re-Opening 4/25
One of the yummy desserts at Mike's fundraiser
(We're saving this one for election night!)
Mike and supporters step off in the Sturgis Fest parade on Saturday 6/28
In the Midway after the Colon Parade 7/4
With Mark Schauer, our future Governor!
Mike with four Republican primary candidates and the president of the St. Joseph County Bar Association after addressing their monthly meeting in Sturgis on March 10th
Mike helps the Democratic Party Trivia Team to a second place victory at Cass COA 4/26
Mike in the background greeting some of the many
supporters at the UAW Hall in Three Rivers Saturday
At the St. Joe Conservation Club
Candidates Forum 7/14
Hello All -- Lots going on with the campaign. I've been in forums with the Republican Primary candidates at the St. Joe Conservation Club and at Glen Oaks Community College. I'm an alternative, that's for sure! Some of the issues coming up again and again are roads, Common Core and school funding. You can find my opinions on the Issues page. We've marched in parades in Centerville, Colon, Sturgis, and Three Rivers and had booths as well. Meeting lots of new people and getting votes one at a time.
The St Joe Dems represented me at White Pigeon Days and will do it again at Burr Oak Heritage Day on Saturday, July 26th. I'm going to be in Dowagiac for Summer In the City both Friday and Saturday, July 25 and 26 from 10 am to closing, and will do Steve's Run on Saturday morning. Then the Cass County Fair where I'll be at the Democratic Party booth under the grandstand every day. Please stop by, I'd love to see you. We'll have yard signs available at campaign offices in Cassopolis, Three Rivers and Dowagiac on August 4th. The Three Rivers office will be open starting August 4th, hours will be posted shortly.
Along with UAW, I'm happy to say I've been endorsed by Planned Parenthood of Michigan.
If you want a yard sign or want to join my campaign, let me know. Email email@example.com Thanks, hope to see you soon.
"The UAW fundraiser was a big success and I would like to thank Glenn Winters for sponsoring the event and thanks to everyone who attended and donated. The food was delicious and entertainment was very enjoyable. It was a lot of fun and informative and it's always great to talk to people about the issues that most concern them. I really appreciate everyone's support."
Mike Endorsed by UAW
Mike with UAW CAP Council Members Glen Winters and Kevin Hobbs
-- Mike's response to CAP Council Chair Mark "Buddha" Harris
I am honored to be endorsed by the UAW Region 1-D SW Michigan CAP Council. I will proudly use this endorsement and am looking forward to meeting with as many UAW members as I can during the campaign. I am committed to expressing the importance of unions to the voters and expose the current legislative body for being anti-union and passing damaging legislation.
Mike Moroz of Dowagiac will run for the open seat in the Michigan State House of Representatives, District 59, which includes most of Cass County and all of St. Joseph County. Cass townships not included in District 59 are Howard, Milton, Ontwa and Silver Creek, which are part of the 78th District.
Moroz, 51, was born and raised in Dowagiac, and resides in his 1877 restored home "Bock House" just off downtown. He attended Dowagiac Union high school and MSU, and has many friends, family and extended family in the area.
He has owned and operated Double M Painting Services, a division of Bock, Inc, as a licensed commercial and residential painter since 1998.
Mike is president of the Underground Railroad Society of Cass County, a non profit organization whose mission is to tell the story of the UGRR in this area. The group is currently restoring the historic James E. Bonine House on Penn Rd. and M-60 in Vandalia. He is also on the committee working to restore the 1899 courthouse in Cassopolis, and is a charter member of the Main Street Michigan group seeking to rehab downtown Cassopolis.
His passion for rehabilitating historic buildings and restoration of downtown areas can benefit the 59th district. "This district is rich with historic sites and buildings which provide great opportunities for cultural tourism destinations, bringing in tourist dollars and preserving our heritage."
Moroz, a Democrat, ran for this seat in 2012, and knows the commitment it takes to run for office. "It's a big responsibility and I take it seriously. Our citizens need to know what their representative stands for, and that he will do what he says he will do. Not only am I a better candidate, I am a better citizen for having run before, and spoken with so many residents of the 59th District about the issues that impact their daily lives."
As for why Mike is running now he says "we need to bring balance back to Michigan's legislature, and work collectively to improve the lives of hard working men and women in this State, by strengthening our public education system, creating jobs, repairing roads and infrastructure, and limiting the tax burden on middle and working class citizens."
Mike can be reached by phone at 269-782-8056 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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