Julie Brixie raises over $26k in bid for State House

July 25, 2017

MERIDIAN TWP. – Longtime Meridian Township board member and Treasurer Julie Brixie has raised $26,209 in her bid to succeed House Democratic Leader Sam Singh, who is term limited and cannot seek reelection.
 
“I’m touched by the outpouring of support I have received since announcing my candidacy on May 1,” said Brixie. “The enthusiasm I have seen is incredible. I’m looking forward to helping residents channel that energy and help us take our state back in 2018.”
 
Under state law, candidates must file July quarterly campaign finance reports. Brixie filed having raised $26,209.66. Brixie’s campaign spent $2,701.16 during the reporting period and has $23,508.50 on hand.
 
Among the many reasons she chose to run, Brixie emphasized the many challenges the state of Michigan is facing.
 
“The stakes are high right now, you only have to take a short drive on our crumbling roads and bridges to know something is terribly wrong,” said Brixie. “Our schools are underfunded, tuition rates continue to soar and our environment and women’s rights are under attack.”

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Julie Brixie files to run for State Representative

Brixie’s 20 years of service net her key endorsements across the district

May 1, 2017

MERIDIAN TWP. –
 
Longtime Meridian Township board member and Treasurer Julie Brixie has filed to run for state representative of the 69th House District.

Among the many reasons she chose to run, Brixie emphasized the many challenges the state of Michigan is facing.

“The stakes are high right now, our roads and bridges are crumbling, our schools are underfunded, tuition ratescontinue to soar and our environment and women’s rights are under attack,” said Brixie. “The issues before us are numerous, challenging and require someone with the knowledge and experience to tackle these difficult issues.”


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