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2024 Elections & Endorsements

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What's at stake

Another election year is upon us, and agriculture needs to be involved in working to elect pro-farming candidates. Who we elect greatly influences our organization’s ability to implement Farm Bureau policy. 

Dates to note

  • Aug. 6 – state primary election
  • Nov. 5 – general election

Offices on ballot

  • President  
  • U.S. Senate 
  • 13 U.S. Congressional seats
  • Two Michigan Supreme Court seats
  • Two MSU Board of Trustees
  • 110 state representatives  
  • County and township positions  

AgriPac 2024 Primary Election Endorsements

Following are the candidates designated as “Friends of Agriculture” by the Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPac Committee. The designation constitutes an election endorsement for the August 6, 2024, Primary Election.

U.S. House of Representatives

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 7: Tom Barrett (R)

District 8: Mary Draves (R)

District 9: Lisa McClain (R)

District 10: John James (R)

Michigan House of Representatives

District 2: Tullio Liberati Jr. (D)

District 4: Karen Whitsett (D)

District 9: Joe Tate (D)

District 10: Veronica Paiz (D)

District 11: Donavan McKinney (D)

District 16: Stephanie Young (D)

District 23: Jason Morgan (D)

District 27: Maria Mendoza-Boc (R)

District 28: Jamie Thompson (R)

District 29: James DeSana (R)

District 30: William Bruck (R)

District 31: Dale Biniecki (R)

District 32: Jimmie Wilson Jr. (D)

District 34: Nancy Jenkins-Arno (R)

District 35: Jennifer Wortz (R)

District 37: Brad Paquette (R)

District 38: Kevin Whiteford (R)

District 39: Pauline Wendzel (R)

District 40: Kelly Sackett (R)

District 41: Julie Rogers (D)

District 42: Matt Hall (R)

District 43: Rachelle Smit (R)

District 44: Steve Frisbie (R)

District 45: Sarah Lightner (R)

District 46: Kathy Schmaltz (R)

District 48: Brian Ignatowski (R)

District 49: Ann Bollin (R)

District 52: Mike Harris (R)

District 53: Brenda Carter (D)

District 54: Donni Steele (R)

District 55: Mark Tisdel (R)

District 57: Thomas Kuhn (R)

District 59: Doug Wozniak (R)

District 60: Joseph Aragona (R)

District 62: Alicia St. Germaine (R)

District 63: Jay DeBoyer (R)

District 64: Jorja Baldwin (R)

District 65: Jaime Greene (R)

District 67: Phil Green (R)

District 68: David Martin (R)

District 69: Jasper Martus (D)

District 71: Brian BeGole (R)

District 72: Mike Mueller (R)

District 73: Julie Brixie (D)

District 76: Angela Witwer (D)

District 77: Cady Ness-Smith (R)

District 78: Gina Johnsen (R)

District 79: Angela Rigas (R)

District 83: Tommy Brann (R)

District 84: John Wetzel (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: Tim Kelly (R)

District 95: Bill G. Schuette (R)

District 96: Timothy Beson (R)

District 97: Matthew Bierlein (R)

District 98: Greg Alexander (R)

District 99: Mike Hoadley (R)

District 100: Tom Kunse (R)

District 101: Joseph Fox (R)

District 102: Curt VanderWall (R)

District 104: John Roth (R)

District 105: Ken Borton (R)

District 106: Cam Cavitt (R)

District 107: Parker Fairbairn (R)

District 108: David Prestin (R)

District 110: Greg Markkanen (R)

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Meet the candidates

Visit Michigan Farm Bureau’s ‘Get Out the Vote’ web site to look up candidates in your area as they file to run for office, register to vote, and find additional voting information like absentee voting deadlines, polling locations, election rules and more. 

Find your Michigan candidates

Elections Handbook

To assist members with all things related to elections, the Michigan Farm Bureau staff produces and updates a handy Elections Handbook designed to provide members with tips and information to help them become involved in the election process.

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Candidate Handbook

We need farmers to pursue positions in office and further promote and serve the agriculture community. This handbook is intended to inform members about elected and appointed positions that offer opportunities for representing agriculture in local government.