More Leadership, Less Government
For nearly 10 years, I’ve been working to make government more accountable, efficient and responsive to the residents of Michigan. From local ordinances to testifying in Lansing before State Committees, I’ve been working to keep our government responding to its people. Beginning with overturning a local ordinance, I’ve continued to be engaged, watching to see when the decisions of our elected officials could harm rather than help, or go against the laws we have in place. Our focus should be simple: freedom, family, finance & fundamentals. We need a government that sets the framework then allows its residents to thrive, creating the best environment for success and freedom in the country. Our families are the most important part of the equation, raising our kids and working hard to make Michigan the best it can be. A good government will build the frame while the families and their businesses drive the economy.
Lana is a Graduate of California State University, Fullerton and holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry. Happily married with two kids, Lana is dedicated to limited government principles. Elected Treasurer of Brighton Township in 2008 and reelected in 2012, she is the immediate past Chairman of the Brighton Area Fire Authority, the Livingston County Republican Party and the Livingston County Treasurer's Association. She currently serves on the Brighton Township Planning Commission and continues to serve with the Fire Authority. Lana has received state and national recognition for her activism on behalf of limited government principles. The motto for her 2008 campaign still rings true today; "More Leadership, Less Government."