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Gretchen Driskell, a Council for a Livable World endorsee in 2016, is running again to represent Michigan’s 7th Congressional District. Driskell faces Republican incumbent Rep. Tim Walberg. Gretchen has no primary challenger and political observers have identified the race as very competitive.  

After building a successful career as a Certified Public Accountant, Driskell moved to Michigan in 1988. She was soon elected as a member of Saline’s City Council, where she served six years before becoming Saline’s first female Mayor. She served as Mayor for 14 years – Saline’s longest serving Mayor in the city’s history.

Driskell was elected to Michigan’s State House of Representatives in the 52nd District of Michigan in November of 2012.

Gretchen endorsed the Iran nuclear agreement and supports further nuclear weapons negotiations with Russia. She also backs smart, effective reductions in Pentagon spending.

Please help Gretchen Driskell by contributing to:

Gretchen Driskell for Congress

and mail to:

Council for a Livable World 

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Washington, D.C. 20002

 
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