Hawley runs for State House seat

Bruce Hawley, a candidate for State Representative in the 73rd District, is a lifelong resident of northern Kent County. Hawley and his wife Jean have four daughters and six grandchildren. He is a retired business manager of Ironworkers. As an active 50-year member of Holy Family Church in Sparta, 30-year president of Tri-City Little League, and board member of Kent City Schools and Tradewinds Credit Union, his community involvement and leadership has uniquely prepared him for public service.

Hawley’s focus in Lansing will be helping businesses create jobs through lower taxes and less regulation, support agriculture and farmland preservation, and promote utilization of our natural resources to help stimulate our economy. His commitment to safe communities has garnered the endorsements of the Michigan Association of Police Officers and Fire Fighters. He’s a strong supporter of education and his plan to fix the structural deficit in the school aid fund is supported by Dr. Michael Shibler, respected superintendent of Rockford Public Schools. For more information about his candidacy, visit www.electbrucehawley.org.

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