Sandy Clarke for Michigan's 100th District State Representative 

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Education: Bachelor's degree, Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, Ohio. Master's of Arts Teaching (M.A.T.), Antioch University, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Achievements: Television Producer, "Career Connections"; Author, Career Manual, "Not Working is Not An Option"; Grants Management, $12 million in grants received to support 49 projects in over 15 communities.

Sandy Clarke of Webber Township in Lake County is an Adjunct Professor, Political Science at West Shore Community College.  Clarke earned her Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and History from Wilberforce University and her post-graduate degree at Antioch University.  Sandy served Lake County as a County Commissioner from 2010 to 2014.  She is a board member of The Baldwin Promise, and Author of the manual "Not Working is Not an Option".

Issues Sandy Clarke will fight for the 100th district in Lansing include expanding K-12 promise zones, improving infrastructure, and addressing the affordable housing crisis.  The district needs jobs that pay a living wage and will provide our young people the means to stay in our community, instead of moving elsewhere to find work, so...

In November a candidate with real vision to make lives better for residents living in the 100th State House District will be elected in Michigan's State Legislature.  That candidate is Sandy Clarke.