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Community Advocacy Organization

TEN FORMER DEMOCRATIC REPS ENDORSE PENELOPE TSERNOGLOU

FORMER DEMOCRATIC LEADER CHRISTINE GREIG,

6 LANSING-AREA REPS, AMONG GROUP


EAST LANSING, MI — Penelope Tsernoglou (D-East Lansing) announced endorsements from ten former Democratic State Representatives earlier today including former

Democratic Leader Christine Greig (D-Farmington Hills), Theresa Abed (D-Grand Ledge), Hon. Laura Baird (D-Okemos), Joan Bauer (D-Lansing), Barb Byrum (D-Onondaga), Tom Cochran (D-Mason), Bob Constan (D-Dearborn Heights), Kristy Pagan (D-Canton), Andy Schor (D-Lansing), and Francis “Bus” Spaniola (D-Shiawassee County).

“Penelope has the tenacity, leadership skills, and unique ability to bring people together for the common good that will make her an effective lawmaker. Her many achievements as an Ingham County Commissioner have prepared her well to be a strong advocate for her

community. Her long history of helping elect Democrats demonstrates her commitment to championing legislation that puts people first and truly improves lives,” said Greig.


“These ten former Democratic legislators served in districts across our state, from the mid-1970’s through just a couple years ago. They all know, regardless of where they’re from or when they served, what it takes to be an effective legislator - deep community roots, compassion, drive, and a history of working well with others to get the work done. They’ve all been there and are putting their trust in me. I couldn’t be prouder,” said Tsernoglou.


Tsernoglou owns Practical Political Consulting. The non-partisan firm is best known for supplying campaigns with voter data and their notable petition work, including working closely with Voters Not Politicians to create the MI Citizens Redistricting Commission,

successfully invalidating the 2020 Right to Life initiative drive, and working with labor unions on causes like Protect Our Jobs.


As an Ingham County Commissioner, Tsernoglou spearheaded the development and

passage of two millages overwhelming supported by county voters: the Trails and Parks Millage which has now raised over $20 million in improvements and expansion of Ingham’s trail system and the Animal Control Millage, which funded construction of a $7 million cleaner, safer, more efficient animal shelter with expanded services for residents.

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