Lynn attends the DemGala14 in Lansing on March 18:
From WKAR Public Media: Interview with Lynn Mason about the Rails to Trails network
A long hike or bike ride on a warm Michigan spring day may seem like a long way off right now. However, plans are in the works to build a new trail line in mid-Michigan north of Lansing. Bids could go out as soon as next month to build a 42-mile trail on the site of an abandoned rail line from Owosso to Ionia. The project is part of a much larger plan that would create a sweeping 125-mile trail that would loop through parts of five counties.
Lynn Mason is the chair of the Midwest Rail Trail Authority, which is overseeing the project. She is also a four-term Ionia County commissioner and a candidate for the Michigan House 86th District seat as well. Click here to hear the interview.
From Huffington Post: I’m A Member of the American ‘Used to Haves’ by Kathleen Ann
I used to have a house. I used to go on vacations. I used to shop at department stores, get my hair done and even enjoy pedicures. Now, I don’t. I’m a member of the American “Used-to-Haves.”
Now, I’m renting an apartment and I’m desperately awaiting a check so I can pay the rent. Yet, I’m lucky to have an apartment that includes utilities. Despite my college degree from a prestigious college, and solid employment track record, I can’t get a job. It’s been so long since my corporate days, I now feel unemployable. Click here to read more.
Lisa Posthumus Lyons voted to raise taxes by billions and voted to give billions in tax cuts to corporations and the “haves,” while signing Grover Norquist’s no new tax pledges in 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Testimonial in support of Lynn Mason for 86th District House Seat
Former students, family, support Lynn
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You have a choice in this election. First, watch the video below about why I’m running. Then, watch the video showing what the incumbent thinks.
Here is what the incumbent thinks about those working to make Michigan better…
Watch video: Lynn Knows Small Business and Farms
EXPERIENCE – PASSION – COMMITMENT
Lynn Mason, candidate for the Michigan 86th House District, attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Grand River Valley section of the biking and hiking rail trail in Ionia Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7.
Lynn and John Doran look at the wall of WWII veterans’ names at Belding’s Veterans’ Memorial Park.
Michigan’s 86th District Deserves Fair, Honest and Respectful Leadership.
Lynn Mason is an experienced County Commissioner with 30 years of public service. Lynn’s supporters and her colleagues appreciate her willingness to work hard and find common sense solutions.
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