I AM FIGHTING FOR YOU IN THE STATE SENATE

For too long, the state of Michigan has been squeezing our schools, cutting holes in our social safety net, neglecting our infrastructure, and weakening environmental protections. Michigan needs a new direction. We need representatives who can hit the ground running to serve their communities and make Michigan a state that works for everyone.

That’s why I am running for State Senate. We need someone in the legislature who knows what they’re doing, and I have a history of fighting for progressive change and achieving tangible results, even while in the minority. Check out my position on the issues as well as my history of accomplishments in public service. I hope to earn your support.

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3 days ago

Jeff Irwin
Great news! #Michigan will have a brand new #scholarship program – "the Michigan Achievement Scholarship" – to help people afford college or training in a skilled trade.Great bipartisan work and leadership by Sen LaSata, Sen Stamas, and @GovWhitmer.www.bridgemi.com/talent-education/michigan-invest-560m-scholarships-ease-college-affordability-cr… See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

Jeff Irwin
I’m honored to work with Sen Wayne Schmidt on SB 876: important, bipartisan legislation to ensure that the history of Indian Boarding Schools in Michigan is remembered.Here is one recent article on this dark chapter of Michigan history: www.michiganradio.org/podcast/stateside/2022-06-01/stateside-podcast-the-painful-legacy-of-michig… See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Jeff Irwin
Yesterday we made a huge investment in college affordability, families and our children’s futures. We approved additional funding and details for the Michigan Achievement Scholarships. These scholarships will provide up to:– $5,500 per student per year at Michigan’s 15 public universities and colleges.– $4,000 per student at private nonprofit colleges– $2,750 per student at community colleges and tribal colleges– $2,000 per student at a trade schoolThese scholarships will be available to students in families where the expected family contribution (household income and the ability to pay) is less than $25,000. This means that 3 in 4 Michigan families will be eligible. Other requirements for these scholarships are that the student must attend school in Michigan, be a Michigan resident for at least one year before application, be a full-time student, maintain satisfactory academic progress, and apply for all available gift aid each year. Applications for Michigan Achievement Scholarships will be available for the 23-24 academic year.www.bridgemi.com/talent-education/michigan-invest-560m-scholarships-ease-college-affordability-cr… See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Jeff Irwin
#SomeoneYouLove may need access to abortion. #abortion is healthcare and people need the freedom to make their own choices about when and whether to have children.No politician should make this choice for other people. See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

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Take action today to support literacy and kids experiencing characteristics of #dyslexia. Bipartisan bills to help kids read passed the Senate with an overwhelming majority.Help us get the House to take up this important reform. See MoreSee Less
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I bet Floridians wish @GovRonDeSantis hadn’t wasted millions on flying Venezuelan refugees across the country.

If you’re not offended about how he lied to and abused people, you should be angry that he wasted millions that are needed to help people devastated by hurricane Ian.

Great news! #Michigan will have a brand new #scholarship program – “the Michigan Achievement Scholarship” – to help people afford college or training in a skilled trade.

Great bipartisan work and leadership by Sen LaSata, Sen Stamas, and @GovWhitmer.

https://www.bridgemi.com/talent-education/michigan-invest-560m-scholarships-ease-college-affordability-crisis

I’m honored to work with Sen Wayne Schmidt on this important, bipartisan legislation to ensure that the history of Indian Boarding Schools in Michigan is remembered.

Here is one recent article on this dark chapter of Michigan history: https://www.michiganradio.org/podcast/stateside/2022-06-01/stateside-podcast-the-painful-legacy-of-michigans-native-boarding-schools

Happy #NationalCoffeeDay from #hyperioncoffee in beautiful #Ypsilanti.

Go and grab a gallon of cold brew and thank me later.

“This is going to help a lot of young kids get to college, it’s going to help our economy and it’s going to be good for a lot of people in our state.” — Sen. @JeffMIrwin https://bit.ly/3RmIB2f #MichEd

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