DETROIT (Oct. 3, 2022) – The Detroit Regional Chamber Political Action Committee (PAC) today announced its bipartisan endorsements for candidates in the Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, general election. In total, the Chamber PAC endorsed 92 candidates in several offices, with an equal balance of Republican and Democratic candidates both in Congress and the Michigan Legislature.
“The Detroit Regional Chamber and its PAC take pride in its tradition of bipartisanship,” said Brad Williams, vice president of Government Relations for the Chamber. “We strive to support balanced, trustworthy candidates and policies that reflect the diversity of our Detroit region membership and Board leadership.”
U.S. House of Representatives
“The Michigan delegation is fortunate to be led by effective bipartisan leaders on both sides of the aisle who will carry on the traditions of John Dingell and Fred Upton,” said Williams.
2nd Congressional District – Rep. John Moolenaar (R)
4th Congressional District – Rep. Bill Huizenga (R)
6th Congressional District – Rep. Debbie Dingell (D)
7th Congressional District – Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D)
8th Congressional District – Rep. Dan Kildee (D)
10th Congressional District – John James (R)
“As a business owner and veteran, John James has a unique perspective on the needs of employers and employees, especially in the automotive industry, that he will carry to Congress as an effective voice for the region,” said Williams.
The Chamber also looks forward to welcoming Rep. Shri Thanedar to Congress and working with him to represent our region. This summer, the Chamber PAC endorsed Rep. Haley Stevens for Michigan’s 11th Congressional District.
“Michiganders have a historic opportunity to choose legislators in new districts. Legislators are casting critical votes on the future of economic development, infrastructure, talent, and regulations. This group of talented public servants will represent the diverse needs of Michigan businesses well,” said Williams.