Union Township resident Roger Hauck announced his candidacy for the 99th District State House seat Thursday.
Hauck is a life-long resident of the 99th District. He grew up on a large farm in rural Isabella County and graduated from Beal City High School in 1980. He worked in the shop at The Delfield Company for 24 years and served on the Union Township Board of Trustees for three.
He and his wife, Raschelle, a registered nurse at Mid Michigan Medical Center, have two children: Matthew, a first-grade teacher, and Stacey, a registered nurse.
Hauck is running as a Republican with pro-business, pro-growth, and pro-education policy ideas ready to serve the constituents within Isabella County.
His plan to increase the number of Michigan jobs revolves around keeping Michigan competitive when it comes to regulation and taxes.
He wants to keep the cost of energy low, both as an incentive to draw in businesses and to keep Michigan families with power even during the hard times.
Hauck believes that alternatives to the college track, such as trade schooling and apprenticeships, should be further addressed.
From The Morning Sun