The first I had heard of Wendy was several years ago when she was making waves in Howell.
Her willingness to help bring together grassroots activists as an early tea activist spawned into a movement against what we know as the ACA. A true conservative and organizer, we could use a few more of her around.
Her quick info:
As a military wife, Wendy Day kept the home fires burning during her husband’s two deployments to war. She served as President of the Family Readiness Group, supporting families of other deployed Soldiers. Currently she is serving Families of the Fallen by providing long-term care as a Support Coordinator with Survivor Outreach Services.
Service and sacrifice are a way of life for Wendy Day. She is looking forward to the opportunity to serve you as a courageous leader in Lansing.
Conservative Wendy Day as been a courageous champion fiscal responsibility and government accountability. She has a proven track record for standing, even if she was standing alone, for her principled and consistent views.
And a BIO that is more complete:
Conservative Wendy Day has been a courageous champion of responsibility and government accountability. She has a proven track record for standing, even if she was standing alone, for her principled and consistent views.
Wendy fought hard as a Howell School Board Trustee to bring transparency and fiscal accountability to the District. She helped develop policies and programs that provided consistent leadership to District employees, more accessibility to the District for parents, and greater transparency to the taxpayers.
When elected to the School Board in 2006, Wendy homeschooled her children. With so many positive changes at Howell Public Schools, all four of her children currently attend schools in the District.
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Its an easy decision to endorse Wendy Day for her run for Michigan State Representative.