Our most critical volunteer need right now is calling Democratic voters in the district to let them know Denise is running and invite them to join your ranks as a volunteer. Last week we called over 500 constituents. Can you help us top that this week? Now is the time to roll up our sleeves and get to work!

Repeat Action *High Priority* What’s more fun than phone banking from home?
Phone banking from home WITH FRIENDS! Join us for
any of our weekday or weekend phone bank sessions in a Zoom chat!
Training is provided.
Sign up here to join us!
Tues 6/30 Please join us for a Virtual Happy Hour with the
entire Volunteer Team, including the candidate
herself, to have a little fun and celebrate all that we’ve
accomplished so far, with your help! Join us at 5PM on Zoom:
Sat 7/04 HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! Enjoy the holiday!
Fri 7/10 Ellen’s Ladies’ Night Book Club Fundraiser: Join us for a virtual book club night where local author Ellen
Gelerman will discuss her book The Book of Hannah – A Tragicomedy
in Three Trimesters. $50 donation minimum. Look for the official
announcement on Wednesday.
Reserve your spot here!
GREAT NEWS! Denise earned the endorsement of the Michigan Education
 The MEA’s mission is to ensure that the education of their
students and the working environments of their members are of the
highest quality, aligning with Denise’s stance on education. 
Anytime Make sure to stay connected with us on our social media- we
encourage you to like and share via
Facebook and
Instagram @voteforrest44 whenever possible! Don’t forget to invite
your friends too!

 Please join us and be a part of our team!  We hope to see
you soon.

My Vision for District 44

  • Education
    • The students of Michigan are being shortchanged by legislative malpractice in Lansing. I will fight for the restoration of a strong public school system and the proper funding of public education per the guidelines of the School Finance Research Collaborative study.

  • Clean Water
    • In the 44th, we have many parks, lakes, rivers and streams which draw people to our area. Clean water for drinking, recreation, and the surrounding wildlife is critical for overall safety and health of the residents of Michigan.

  • Economics
    • The repeal of Michigan’s Prevailing Wages on State Projects Law, Act 166 of 1965 has destabilized the job market. Creating jobs that pay livable wages in the 44th and all of Michigan is critical to securing the future.

  • Healthcare
    • The current healthcare system is broken, and insurance companies are not helping solve the problem. Michigan needs to provide access to affordable, accessible, and equitable healthcare for all.