Michigan State House Candidate Christine Morse (MI HD-61)

Michigan State House Candidate Christine Morse (MI HD-61)

Posted on Sep. 11, 2020


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About Christine

Every family deserves the opportunity to thrive. Christine fights for what matters, and stands up for her community.

Christine Morse is a mother, county commissioner, spouse of a Navy Veteran, former attorney, and cancer survivor. She’s battled student debt, multiple cross-country moves, and a breast cancer diagnosis—all while raising a family. She knows that the opportunity to be successful—and even just being safe and healthy—is getting harder and harder to come by.

When Christine was elected Kalamazoo County Commissioner in 2018, she tackled problems head on, working cooperatively with a bipartisan county board, and made sure to solve the underlying problems before they spiraled into larger economic and public health concerns.

Christine’s top three issues are education, jobs, and the environment.


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