Angela Witwer, candidate for Michigan’s 71st House District, wins Democratic primary
Witwer commits experience, commitment to Eaton County residents
DELTA TOWNSHIP, Mich.—Voters have overwhelmingly supported candidate Angela Witwer for the Democratic primary in the 71st House District. She recognized Beth Bowen and Dominic Natoli on their campaigns and thanked the many supporters at her election night celebration.
“I humbly thank my supporters for their ongoing commitment to a better Eaton County for all residents,” said Witwer. “I will fight for public school funding, health care, improved infrastructure and workers’ rights. Thank you for working with me to make sure our common goals are represented at the Capitol.”
With her supporters, she was able to knock more than 12,000 doors and make hundreds of phone calls to talk to voters about the issues that matter most to them.
“I’ve talked to voters at their doors, on the phones and at community meetings and heard stories about the struggles their families still face,” Witwer said. “Our families shouldn’t worry about roads, wages, drinking water or insurance. I am looking forward to working day in and day out with supporters to make sure families know we are on their side and will continue to fight for them in the Michigan House of Representatives.”
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 township 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 general election takes place Nov. 6.
To learn more about Angela Witwer and her campaign, visit voteforangela.com.