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AgriPac Election Endorsements

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2022 AgriPAC Endorsed Candidates

The Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPAC committee announces the following endorsements for the 2022 elections. 


District 1: Jack Bergman (R)

District 2: John Moolenaar (R)

District 4: Bill Huizenga (R)

District 5: Tim Walberg (R)

District 6: Debbie Dingell (D)

District 8: Dan Kildee (D)

District 9: Lisa McCLain (R)

District 10: John James (R)

District 12: Kelly Garrett (D)


District 9: Michael Webber (R)

District 11: Mike MacDonald (R)

District 12: Pamela Hornberger (R)

District 13: Jason Rhines (R)

District 14: Tim Golding (R)

District 16: Joseph Bellino Jr. (R)

District 17: Kim LaSata (R)

District 18: Thomas Albert (R)

District 20: Aric Nesbitt (R)

District 22: Lana Theis (R)

District 23: Jim Runestad (R)

District 24: Ruth Johnson (R)

District 25: Dan Lauwers (R)

District 26: Kevin Daley (R)

District 27: John Cherry (D)

District 29: Tommy Brann (R)

District 30: Mark Huizenga (R)

District 31: Roger Victory (R)

District 32: Jon Bumstead (R)

District 33: Rick Outman (R)

District 34: Roger Hauck (R)

District 36: Michele Hoitenga (R)

District 37: Triston Cole (R)

District 38: Ed McBroom (R)


District 4: Karen Whitsett (D)

District 5: Michelle Wooddell (D)

District 8: Ernest Little (D)

District 10: Joe Tate (D)

District 12: Richard Steenland (D)

District 21: David Staudt (R)

District 23: Jason Morgan (D)

District 25: Kevin Coleman (D)

District 27: Kevin Counts (R)

District 29: Alex Garza (D)

District 30: William Bruck (R)

District 31: Dale Biniecki (R)

District 34: Dale Zorn (R)

District 35: Andrew Fink (R)

District 37: Brad Paquette (R)

District 39: Matt Nilson (R)

District 40: Kelly Sackett (R)

District 41: Julie Rogers (D)

District 42: Matt Hall (R)

District 43: Rachelle Smit (R)

District 44: Dave Morgan (R)

District 45: Sarah Lightner (R)

District 46: Kathy Schmaltz (R)

District 47: Tina Bednarski-Lynch (R)

District 48: Jason Negri (R)

District 49: Ann Bollin (R)

District 50: Robert Bezotte (R)

District 51: Matt Maddock (R)

District 52: Mike Harris (R)

District 55: Mark Tisdel (R)

District 58: Michelle Smith (R)

District 59: Doug Wozniak (R)

District 63: Jay DeBoyer (R)

District 64: Andrew Beeler (R)

District 65: Jamie Greene (R)

District 67: Phil Green (R)

District 68: David Martin (R)

District 69: Jasper Martus (D)

District 72: Mike Mueller (R)

District 75: Don Keskey (D)

District 76: Angela Witwer (D)

District 77: Jon Horford (D)

District 78: Christine Barnes (R)

District 79: Jeremiah Keeler (R)

District 81: Lynn Afendoulis (R)

District 85: Bradley Slagh (R)

District 86: Nancy DeBoer (R)

District 88: Greg VanWoerkom (R)

District 89: Luke Meerman (R)

District 90: Bryan Posthumus (R)

District 91: Pat Outman (R)

District 92: Jerry Neyer (R)

District 93: Graham Filler (R)

Disttrict 95: Bill G. Schuette (R)

District 96: Timothy Beson (R)

District 97: Matt Bierlein (R)

District 98: Westley Tahash (R)

District 100: Tom Kunse (R)

District 101: Diane Schindlbeck (R)

District 102: Curt VanderWall (R)

District 103: Jack O’Malley (R)

District 104: John Roth (R)

District 105: Ken Borton (R)

District 107: Parker Fairbairn (R)

District 109: Melody Wagner (R)

District 110: Greg Markkanen (R)