I am passionate about politics. In the past I have donated numerous upon numerous hours on campaigns for local, state, and federal politicians. Freshman year of high school, I fell in love with politics. I watched the news, I followed blogs, I researched candidates. Junior year came around the corner very quickly and I realized I needed something more. During the summer between Junior and Senior year, I interned for a Michigan House of Representative member. I made phone calls, I knocked doors, I read emails, I fell in love. I wanted more. As primary voting day arrived, I found myself working on multiple campaigns in my local area. When attending a routine county party meeting, I was approached to run for Precinct Delegate. At the time I didn’t know what this was. I signed up and did my research. Precinct Delegates represent the small voting precinct they are elected to represent. As a Precinct Delegate you are allowed to vote on local positions as well as positions for Michigan School Board and University Board of Director Positions. With being elected as a delegate came many political conventions. I attended the macomb GOP convention, and the Michigan GOP convention where I voted on many school board and regent positions. After discovering this passion, I know my future goals and aspirations, and want to pursue them wholeheartedly.
After I establish myself in a government career, I will retire and go into politics.