Elected municipal officials from the city of Lathrup Village and the villages of Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms and Franklin in Southfield Township announced their support of Rep. Jeremy Moss’ re-election bid.
“Jeremy has been one of Lansing’s loudest voices to demand more state investment in our local communities. His priorities as state representative support our city council’s vision to enhance our quality of life and protect our property values,” longtime Lathrup Village Mayor Frank Brock said. “Jeremy is an effective advocate for our district.”
Moss also earned the endorsement of Lathrup Village Councilmembers Ian Ferguson, Donna Stallings and Maria Mannarino Thompson.
Southfield Township officials endorsing Moss include: Beverly Hills Council President John Mooney, Beverly Hills Council President Pro Tem Lee Peddie, Beverly Hills Councilman Rock Abboud, Beverly Hills Councilman Jon Oen, Bingham Farms Trustee Mel Ettenson, Bingham Farms Trustee Dorothy Warren, Franklin Trustee Brian Gordon, Franklin Trustee Judy Moenck and Franklin Clerk Eileen Pulker.
“I’ve worked hard to earn support throughout the 35th House District by listening to the concerns of residents and seeking solutions for their state needs,” said Moss, the assistant Democratic floor leader in the House. “I will continue to operate an open and accessible office in order to best represent the interests of my constituents and deliver results.”
Michigan’s 35th House District also includes the city of Southfield. Moss previously announced campaign endorsements from the Southfield mayor, seven-member council, clerk and treasurer.