Jim Page is the Democratic candidate for Michigan’s 107th House District.
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Jim Page is:
I served our Nation in the military for six years, attaining the rank of Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps.
I am proud to have had the opportunity to serve my country in the USMC, and would be honored to serve as your voice in Michigan’s House of Representatives.
I retired from the Sault Area Public Schools in 2010, where I spent most of my 28-year teaching career as a math and computer instructor at the middle school level. I served two terms as president of the Sault Education Association, where I worked with management and teachers to create the best possible learning environment for our district’s children. I was named the Sault Ste. Marie Area Public Schools’ Employee of the Year in 2006.
My time as an educator and Association leader provided me a firsthand understanding of the challenges facing our education system. I believe we must protect and improve public education from early childhood through college, including vocational education.
A Sportsman & Environmentalist
I am an avid hunter and fisherman; I hold membership in the Michigan United Conservation Club, Ducks Unlimited, and Trout Unlimited.
Because of my love of the outdoors, I am also an environmentalist. I understand the importance of protecting our natural resources and am passionate about safeguarding our environment.
Following my retirement from teaching, I spent four years working in retail at local KMart and Meijer stores, during which time I was a member of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, UFCW Local 951.
I valued my time with the Union, and believe strongly in the need to strengthen the economy in Northern Michigan and will work tirelessly to protect Michigan workers, seniors, and families.
I believe there is currently a lack of positive leadership in Lansing, filled with divisive rhetoric and acrimonious attitudes.
You deserve a leader who will operate with civility, govern with humility, and who will advocate for Michigan’s 107th District. You deserve a leader who puts people first.
If elected, I won’t simply serve in Michigan’s House of Representatives – I’ll be serving you, and advocating on behalf of every resident in our District.
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