Nov. 6, 2018 Governor

Card, 4 1/8" x 5 3/8".
Elected in 2012 to serve a 6-year term on the Redford Union School Board, Jennifer served as President for 3 1/2 years and works with an all-woman omni-partisan board.
She worked in the banking industry for over a decade, helping clients and small businesses navigate through the Great Recession.
She has been on the ground in Flint, and created a documentary on the crisis.
Jennifer V. Kurland for Governor
Charin H. Davenport for Lieutenant Governor
Charin has been a civil rights activist for the past 12 years, and has been a vocal advocate and organizer for many issues including worker rights, and gender and racial equality.
She has a long resume as a teacher and professor, is a Vietnam Era Navy Veteran, and spearheaded the Gender Justice and Ally Project for the National LGBTQ Task Force.
She currently sits on the Hazel Park Planning Commission.

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WorkingTo Provide A Welcoming, Safe, Transparent Michigan For All

Fix Flint
• The Flint Water Crisis is our state's largest disaster still not fixed 4 years later. Flint must be made whole with health care and additional supports for children exposed to lead. The Emergency Manager law must be repealed.

Legallze Marljuana
• Legalization of marijuana will bring additional revenue to the state budget to help fix our roads, properly fund public education, agriculture, and much more.

Infrastructure & Water Rlghts
• Every Michigander deserves access to clean, safe drinking water. Infrastructure across the state must be upgraded for water safety & overflow issues. Line 5 must be shut down.

Public Education
• For too long, our children have been left behind across the country and the world. We must invest in our future with technology, support, curriculum, and development.

Investment in Small Business
• Michigan shops local, and our tax breaks must reflect that value. We have the manufacturing spaces and skilled tradespeople to create new green jobs. We will put Michiganders to work by investing in green energy and manufacturing jobs of the future.

Prisons and Policing
• We must address the racism in the prison system, and have stronger conversations between police and local activists. We must end the drug war, fund mental health facilities, and repair broken communities.

Note: An earlier version was slightly larger (height of 5 7/8" instead of 5 3/8").  It had the same content except for different photos and no union bug.