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    JUSTICE BOB YOUNG ENDORSES LANA THEIS

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JANUARY 15, 2018

    JUSTICE BOB YOUNG ENDORSES LANA THEIS

    Brighton, Michigan – Today, the Lana Theis for State Senate campaign announced a big endorsement. Former Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, Justice Bob Young endorsed Lana Theis running for State Senate releasing the following statement:

    “In politics, some people talk a good game, but there are a few like Lana who actually say what they believe; and work to get things done for regular folks. That’s why I enthusiastically support Lana Theis in her race for the State Senate. She is a principled conservative. What you see is what you get from Lana. If there is one thing I am certain of, the people of Livingston and Washtenaw counties will have a tireless worker in Lansing if they elect Lana. She will work to help them keep more of their own money by supporting tax cuts and reducing the size and perverse drag of government and supporting pro-family and pro-life values.”

    “Justice Young is someone who has always been a strong conservative voice for the people of Michigan while serving on the bench,” said Lana Theis. “I am proud and honored to have the support of a leader like Justice Bob Young supporting my campaign.”

    For more information on Representative Lana Theis and her campaign for State Senate, please visit www.lanatheis.com.

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  • REPRESENTATIVE LANA THEIS ANNOUNCES “MEGA DOOR TO DOOR” WALK DAYS

    REPRESENTATIVE LANA THEIS ANNOUNCES “MEGA DOOR TO DOOR” WALK DAYS

    Brighton, Michigan – Today, Lana Theis, a Republican candidate running for the State Senate invited supporters to join her knocking door throughout Livingston and Washtenaw Counties.

    Members of Team Theis will be out knocking doors daily throughout the campaign beginning in mid-January; and once a month Lana Theis for State Senate will be holding a “Mega Door to Door” (MDTD) campaign walk day. During a MDTD walk day, we will blitz areas of Livingston and Washtenaw Counties, knocking on thousands of doors to tell them about Lana Theis and her candidacy.

    Each MDTD we will have two groups of walkers that volunteers can join. Group #1 will knock doors from 10:00 am until noon; and group #2 will knock doors from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.

    MDTD are scheduled for the following days throughout 2018:

    • Saturday, March 31, 2018
    • Saturday, April 28, 2018
    • Saturday, May 12, 2018
    • Saturday, June 9, 2018
    • Saturday, July 21, 2018
    • Saturday, August 4, 2018
    • Saturday, September 8, 2018
    • Saturday, October 20, 2018
    • Saturday, November 3, 2018

    “For months, we have been campaigning at the grassroots level recruiting support and raising money. I am humbled by the excitement and energy our campaign has generate already and now we must turn that energy into action,” said Theis.

    All volunteers will receive a Lana Theis for State Senate t-shirt and a lunch card!

    To join us, please sign up by contacting Jenny Owens at jenn.owens26@gmail.com or (517) 648-8699.

    Lana Theis is running for the open 22nd Michigan State Senate seat being vacated by Senator Joe Hune. For more information on Representative Lana Theis and her candidacy please, visit www.lanatheis.com.

     

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  • Urgent: The Filing Deadline Is Upon Us: I Need Your Help!

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    URGENT: THE FILING DEADLINE IS UPON US: I NEED YOUR HELP!

    Last week I officially announced I am running for the 22nd State Senate seat and the first campaign finance filing deadline is THIS THURSDAY, JULY 20TH. I still need $8,000 to reach our fundraising goal of $50,000. Will you please consider an immediate donation to help us reach our first fundraising goal and show my opponent our STRONG conservative support.

    I believe the focus of our state government should be simple: freedomfamilyfinance and fundamentals!  We need a government that sets the framework and then gets out of the way.  This allows our people and our businesses to thrive and creates the best possible environment for success and freedom in our country.  The family is at the heart and most important part of this equation. Raising our children and working hard to guarantee Michigan is the best it can be is the key to ensuring the success of future generations.

    As your state representative, I have honored the principles I first ran on; I voted against raising gas taxes and increased registration fees; and voted against tax breaks that picked winners and losers.  I have sponsored legislation encouraging mothers to choose life, supporting our law enforcement officers, combating auto insurance fraud and reducing government regulations on occupational licenses. Looking ahead there are many critical issues facing the people of Livingston and Washtenaw counties that will come before the next legislative session.  Issues being discussed at the federal level, including health care, will have a direct impact on our families and job providers.

    I am fortunate to be in a position where I can devote my time and energy serving my community. Keeping Livingston and Washtenaw counties a wonderful place to live, work and play for future generations are the cornerstones of my campaign.  I look forward to meeting and hearing from our citizens, tackling the challenges ahead and a positive campaign.

    I thank you in advance for your support! Your donation is greatly appreciated. You can either donate online at www.lanatheis.com/donate or send a check made payable to “The Committee to Elect Lana Theis” to 620 N. Kane Road, Webberville, MI 48892.

    God Bless,

    Lana Theis

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  • STATE REPRESENTATIVE LANA THEIS ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR 22ND STATE SENATE SEAT

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    State Representative Lana Theis of Brighton announced her candidacy for the 22nd state senate seat today, which covers all of Livingston County and portions of Washtenaw County.  Current State Senator, Joe Hune, is term-limited and cannot seek re-election.

    “I am excited and proud to announce my candidacy for state senate. I have gained a tremendous understanding of the complexities of state government over my two terms as state representative.  More importantly I know how critical it is to understand the issues that come before me.  I am proud of my reputation of digging deep into the issues; learning all I can; and making informed, educated votes,” Representative Theis said.

    First elected in 2015, Representative Theis serves the 42nd House District in Livingston County.  From 2008-2014, Theis served as Brighton Township treasurer.  Additionally, she has served as the chair of the Brighton Area Fire Authority, the Livingston County Republican Party and the Livingston County Treasurers’ Association.  She was also a member of the Brighton Township Planning Commission.

    “Throughout my time in public service, I have worked tirelessly to make government at all levels efficient, responsive and more accountable to my constituents and the people of Michigan.  From fighting over-reaching local township zoning ordinances, to testifying in Lansing before state committees as a private citizen, and now as a member of some of those same committees; I have spent more than 10 years working to reduce the size of government and fighting for the hard-working taxpayers of our great state.” Theis stated.

    “I believe the focus of our state government should be simple: freedom, family, finance and fundamentals!  We need a government that sets the framework and then gets out of the way.  This allows our people and our businesses to thrive and creates the best possible environment for success and freedom in our country.  The family is at the heart and most important part of this equation. Raising our children and working hard to guarantee Michigan is the best it can be is the key to ensuring the success of future generations.” Theis continued.

    “As your state representative, I have honored the principles I first ran on; I voted against raising gas taxes and increased registration fees; and voted against tax breaks that picked winners and losers.  I have sponsored legislation encouraging mothers to choose life, supporting our law enforcement officers, combating auto insurance fraud and reducing government regulations on occupational licenses. Looking ahead there are many critical issues facing the people of Livingston and Washtenaw counties that will come before the next legislative session.  Issues being discussed at the federal level, including health care, will have a direct impact on our families and job providers.”

    “I am fortunate to be in a position where I can devote my time and energy serving my community. Keeping Livingston and Washtenaw counties a wonderful place to live, work and play for future generations are the cornerstones of my campaign.  I look forward to meeting and hearing from our citizens, tackling the challenges ahead and a positive campaign.” Theis concluded.

    Theis is hosting a campaign kick-off fundraiser on Thursday, July 27th from 6:00-8:00 pm at Triple Diamond Ranch in Howell. For additional information, contact Meghan Reckling at meghan@lanatheis.com or visit  www.lanatheis.com

    State Representative Theis has been married to her husband Sam for over 20 years and they are the proud parents of Jacob and Gabrielle.

    For more information regarding Representative Theis or her campaign, visit www.lanatheis.com.

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  • Rep. Theis named chair of House Insurance Committee

    State Rep. Lana Theis, of Brighton, was today appointed to serve as the chair of the House Insurance Committee by Speaker Tom Leonard.

    “I’m humbled by the opportunity to serve the people of Michigan in this role,” said Rep. Theis. “I will work with my colleagues to create insurance reforms that reflect the needs of Michigan’s people.”

    The Insurance Committee deliberates on various issues related to insurance, including private health insurance, Medicare and Medicaid, and auto insurance, among other issue areas.

    Rep. Theis was also appointed to serve as a member of the Regulatory Reform and Law and Justice committees, and will serve as the vice chair of the Judiciary committee.

    House committees will have their first meetings in the coming weeks.

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