Pro-Schuette PAC Forms

Abdul El-Sayed released a water infrastructure plan.

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Zach C. Cohen
Nov. 2, 2017, 10:18 a.m.

Former RGA Executive Director Phil Cox “and veteran Michigan strategist Stu Sandler this week announced formation of a new super political action committee [Better Jobs Stronger Families PAC] to independently support” state Attorney General Bill Schuette (R).

The PAC “also includes legal counsel Charlie Spies, a Michigan native and Washington, D.C., attorney who helped run massive super PACs for former presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush.”

“Sander, of Grand River Strategies, will act as executive director and run the day-to-day operations. Other members include media consultant Russ Schriefer, media consultant Fred Wszolek, national finance director Cara Edmundowicz, Michigan finance director Bryce Sandler and pollster Gene Ulm.” (Detroit News)

FLINT. Detroit health director Abdul El-Sayed on Thursday “released a detailed water policy concerning access to and the quality of water across Michigan. The platform includes policies regarding water affordability, water infrastructure, Great Lakes protection, and freshwater and groundwater protections.” (release)


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