MNA nurse-leaders make endorsements for public office on a rolling basis. MNA is nonpartisan and endorses both Republicans and Democrats, based on support for MNA's legislative priorities as set by members. Learn more about MNA's positions on state legislation here.
The thorough screening process includes candidate evaluation by the MNA members on the PAC Board of Trustees. Those trustees make recommendations to the elected nurse-leaders of the MNA Board of Directors, who make the final decision.
Multiple factors go into an endorsement decision, and MNA does not make endorsements in every race. If a race has "no recommendation" listed, that means either that the candidate(s) did not go through the endorsement process or nurse-leaders chose not to recommend a candidate in that particular race. "No recommendation" should not be construed as meaning that either or both candidates are not supportive of MNA and nurses.
To find out which state and congressional districts you live in, visit www.michigan.gov/vote. You can also confirm your voter registration there, find out how to vote absentee, and learn your polling place.
Endorsements for the general election
Make sure to vote Tuesday, Nov. 6!
Governor: Gretchen Whitmer
State House of Representatives
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