Republican Brandon Sinclair has declared his intention to run for Michigan House of Representatives in the 73rd District. WGVU spoke with the Northview resident about his campaign.
As Constituent Relations Representative for former Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette’s Executive Division, Brandon Sinclair learned how government works from the inside. With that knowledge, his focus, if elected to the state House, his focus would turn to improving state operations.
“I’ve always felt like I could be a part of the solution instead of just hearing about problems when I’m in politics and having that positive approach really means a lot to me.”
The Plainfield Township resident explains he’d be a hands-on representative who visits state departments to better understand challenges and opportunities.
“I’d like to work with EGLE as well when it comes to PFAS cleanup and that’s an issue that I’m taking pretty seriously with Plainfield Township being affected in our district.”
Currently an Enrollment Specialist at Grand Rapids Community College, Sinclair says he’ll work across the aisle.
“A good direction I think we need to take is listening to everybody in our community. But, looking at millennials and Gen Z folks and what they expect from government. It isn’t necessarily that they want limited government or expanded government, but they just want better government. And although I’m a conservative and I’m a Republican, I want better government.”
Sinclair is pro-life and a supporter of Veterans and the 2nd Amendment.
Patrick Center, WGVU News.