DELTA TOWNSHIP, Mich.— Angela Witwer, candidate for the Michigan House of Representatives 71st District, has earned the endorsement of Lansing Mayor Andy Schor.
Witwer co-owns and serves as president of Edge Partnerships, a full-service advertising, marketing and public relations firm in downtown Lansing. A 45-year resident of Eaton County, she graduated from Waverly Community Schools and currently serves as vice president of the Waverly Community Schools Board of Education.
“Angela is the type of leader we need for the state House and for Michigan,” said Mayor Schor. “As a business owner and community activist, she has clearly demonstrated her commitment to making our state a better place to live, work and thrive.”
“Her no-nonsense, get-it-done attitude will serve the residents of the 71st House District well. I fully support her and encourage everyone in Eaton County to vote for Angela Witwer as their next state representative.”
Witwer is a passionate advocate for countless community members in need of adequate healthcare and quality education. She has served on the Waverly Board of Education for five years and volunteers on the board of numerous organizations, including McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation, Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Economic Club, Michigan Society of Healthcare Planners and Marketers, Volunteers of America Host Committee for Homeless No More, St. Gerard Catholic Church Evangelization Committee and Wharton Center Performing Arts Board.
House District 71 encompasses most of Eaton County, including the cities of Charlotte, Eaton Rapids, Grand Ledge, parts of Lansing, Olivet and Potterville and the townships of Bellevue, Benton, Carmel, Chester, Delta Charter, Eaton Rapids, Kalamo, Oneida Charter, Roxand, Sunfield, Vermontville, Walton and Windsor Charter. The district represents approximately 100,000 residents.
The 2018 primary election takes place Aug. 7 with the general election Nov. 6.
To learn more about Angela Witwer and her campaign, visit voteforangela.com.
Angela is endorsed by Kelly Blake, Waverly Community Schools superintendent, Ken Fletcher, Delta Township supervisor and Kim Shapiro, executive director of Greater Lansing Housing Coalition