for State Representative
MANISTEE - Tom Stobie
, Democratic candidate for the Michigan House 101st District seat, visited Manistee on Monday to announce his
support for seniors as they struggle with pension taxes and cuts to tax deductions and credits.
Glen Arbor Sun interview: Tom Stobie
, challenging for Michigan 101st House
Glen Arbor Sun Interview of Tom Stobie
announces campaign for state house
March 25, 2014News Clip
Benzie County Record-Patriot
HONOR - After finishing his
career as an educator, Tom Stobie
is looking to continue to help education from Lansing.
The former Frankfort-Elberta Area Schools superintendent announced his
candidacy for representative for the 101st District
in the Michigan House of Representatives
During the event in at the Field Crafts shop in Honor, local supporters and activists listened as Stobie
goals to restore school funding, reduce taxes on seniors and middle-class families, support small business job creation, and bring service to veterans.
announces candidacy for 101st District seat
MANISTEE - In his
first run for public office, democratic candidate Tom Stobie
decided to go big with a fight against a two-term incumbent for the 101st District Michigan House seat.
, the candidate, Franz's vote in favor of SB 636, which makes it possible for major phone companies to discontinue traditional landline service in Michigan, in favor of Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP).
Tom Stobie retired as superintendent of Frankfort-Elberta Area Schools at the end of December.
preparing to run as a Democratic candidate for the 101st District's seat in the state House of Representatives.
"I'd thought about it for a while," Stobie
said of his
decision to retire and run for the legislature.
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