Democrats Continue To Get Things Done

Radical Republicans Are Too Dysfunctional for Oceana County

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Democrat’s priorities in Oceana County
Dive into the numbers and discover how key issues impact your community

Social Security and Medicare

Social Security and Medicare

1.7 million seniors save $400 per year in prescription costs due to Democrats’ out-of-pocket spending cap

Job Creation

Job Creation

Over 300,000 jobs created for Michigan workers since 2022

Education

Education

1.3 million students will receive free breakfast and lunch

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

$7.9 billion over five years for infrastructure improvements

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The Michigan Democrats care about the issues that matter most to Michiganders: creating good paying jobs, improving quality of living, and putting money back into the pockets of working families.

 


 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • You do not need a photo ID in order to register to vote! If you do not have a photo ID, you can sign a simple form saying that and still register.