Democrat’s priorities in State House District 21
Dive into the numbers and discover how key issues impact your community
Social Security and Medicare
1.7 million seniors save $400 per year in prescription costs due to Democrats’ out-of-pocket spending cap
Over 300,000 jobs created for Michigan workers since 2022
1.3 million students will receive free breakfast and lunch
$7.9 billion over five years for infrastructure improvements
Do your part in State House District 21
State House District 21's democratic leadership
Hi, I’m Kelly Breen, and if you live in the 21st District, I’m proudly representing you in Lansing. My goal from day one has been to help us find common ground and make our state and our lives even b…
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.
Join us to help elect Democrats in State House District 21!
- Learn more about your House District 21 candidate Kelly Breen
- Learn more about key issues in House District 21
- Find your polling place in House District 21
- Find details about the Nov 8th election and how to vote
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have a Michigan driver’s license or state ID, you can register to vote or update your registration online, today!
Alternatively, if you want to register to vote or update your registration by mail, you may do so with a printable application form. A third option is to register in person at your clerk’s office.
Visit the Michigan Voter Registration Center here.
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Vote your ballot and return it to the clerk or their staff. You’re done!
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