Dear Michigan Voters

Welcome to Sunday.

Still ranting about the latest revelation from Fire and Fury? Upset about Michigan Senate Majority leader Arlen Meekhof’s disdain for transparency?

Do you want to have an impact on the outcome of the next elections, at the local, state and national levels? You can.

Are those voices in your head telling you “I wish I could do more?” You can.

Get involved. Participate. Do more than rant. Do more than complain. It is incumbent upon you to do more. You can.

Donate money, donate your time, donate your voice. It all matters and it all helps. You can.

For my fellow Michiganders, I strongly encourage you to learn more about and to support the following candidates. You can get involved with and help candidates beyond your own district. They all need our support.

Andy Levin is running for Congress to represent Michigan’s 9th district, cities stretching from Berkley to St. Clair Shores. Campaign site:

Dan Haberman is running for Congress to represent Michigan’s 11th district, covering communities including Canton, Waterford and Troy. With no incumbent candidate in this race, this is a terrific opportunity to flip a seat. Campaign site:

Pat Miles is running to be Michigan’s Attorney General. With Bill Schuette term-limited out, now’s the time to elect an AG who puts Michigan’s citizens ahead of party. Campaign site:

Jeff Irwin is running for Michigan State Senator to represent the 18th district in Lansing, including the communities of Saline, Ann Arbor, Ypsi, and Scio Township.

Feeling guilty about spending $6 on a coffee? Donate it. Attending a parade? Volunteer and march with and support candidates. Free time? Make phone calls in support of the candidates.

Get involved. You must.