AUGUST 2 PRIMARY: Four face off in 36th District primary race

Four Republicans and one Democrat are on the Aug. 2 ballot for the 36th District Michigan House race.

Steve Carra, Jack Coleman, Scott McGraw and Jerry Solis are seeking the Republican nod to move on to the Nov. 8 general election. They will be opposed on the ballot by Roger Williams, who is unopposed in the primary election.

The seat is currently held by Steve Carra. Carra announced last year he would seek the District 6 Congressional seat in this year’s mid-term elections. However, due to recent redistricting that went into effect this spring, he no longer lives within the new district boundary, and he has filed to run for his current seat for the revamped 36th District.

Steve Carra

Steve Carra

Carra is the current state representative in Lansing for St. Joseph and Cass counties over the past two years and is asking voters for their continued support. 

During his 2020 campaign, Carra said, “I claimed to be the most conservative, experienced and qualified candidate and, during my current term, I have proven that. Like many of you, I am tired of ‘go along to get along’ politics. As the radical left continues to destroy our country, we need bold conservative fighters who will stand up to government intrusion and tyranny. Mandates, intimidation and coercion have no place in our Constitutional Republic.

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