Race to the Capitol


They are young, Jewish and willing to serve their community. They have returned to their hometowns, or never left, because they feel they can make a difference. If they make it through the primary on Aug. 5 and are elected on Nov. 4, they will represent a new generation of Jewish Democratic leadership in Lansing.

Two are first-time candidates, but they all have the drive, the determination and the leadership ability to hit the ground running on their first day in office.