Press Release: William Broman, Only Republican Running For District 1 in Michigan House of Representatives

Apr 20, 2016 by wbroman Category: The Broman Blog 0 comments



DETROIT, MI (April 20, 2016) – Today, the Wayne County Clerk’s Office confirmed that William Broman is the only Republican candidate running for District 1, covering a portion of Detroit, Grosse Pointe Woods, Shores, and Harper Woods, in the Michigan House of Representatives.  Broman announced his candidacy on February 17.

“Will is one of the best Republican candidates I have seen in the last two cycles to run in a district representing Detroit.  He is very serious about his campaign, and giving Detroit a voice in the GOP caucus in Lansing,” said Wayne Bradley, State Director of African American engagement for the Republican National Committee.  He added “His concern for the city of Detroit as a whole, and his willingness to devote countless hours to researching effective solutions sets him apart.  The Representative for District 1 has a challenge to represent the interests of Grosse Pointe, Harper Woods and Detroit, and William Broman is the only candidate, regardless of party, who can do this effectively.”

Broman said “I’m excited to be able to focus my efforts on policy, and working toward November.  I hope residents of District 1 and all of Detroit will get excited about an opportunity to have someone in the GOP caucus who will fight against legislation that would have a negative effect on Michigan’s largest city.”

Broman is being hosted by the Wayne County 14th Congressional District GOP at an event at 7pm on May 5 at the Grosse Pointe Public Library, Woods Branch.

Contact Jamie Buccellato for further information.



About William Broman For Michigan

William Broman is the Republican candidate for District 1 in the Michigan House of Representatives.  He grew up in Grosse Pointe Woods and attended Grosse Pointe Public Schools.  He graduated Grosse Pointe North in 2010, and earned a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from George Washington University graduating in 2014.  He has worked for an automotive supplier as an engineer and a DC based education advocacy group.   In 2012, Broman ran for a seat on the Grosse Pointe Public Schools Board of Education, receiving over 9,000 votes.  He currently resides in Grosse Pointe Woods.

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