KALAMAZOO, MI – The Hoogendyk for Congress campaign has just announced some significant endorsements. County Commisioners William Sage, (Allegan), Philip Stinchcomb, and John Zull, (Kalamazoo), have thrown their support to Hoogendyk for Congress, as have former State Representative Fulton Sheen, (Allegan), and current State Rep. Tom McMillin from Oakland County.
“I believe Jack has been consistent on upholding Constitutional Principles when he voted in Lansing. I am confident that he will do the same in the United States Congress,” said Commissioner Sage.
“I want a Congressman who doesn’t tell me what kind of light bulb to purchase. We the People are not peripheral to Big Government. Big Government is peripheral to the People,” said Portage County Commissioner Phil Stinchcomb.
“Jack and I were elected to the county board in 2000. Since serving with him and then watching him serve in Lansing, I have seen someone who has voted with his conscience and stayed true to his core beliefs,” said Commissioner John Zull, also of Portage.
“While in Lansing, either Jack or I were named the most conservative representatives in the house; twice, we shared the title,” said Former Allegan County State Representative, Fulton Sheen. “Jack is a true conservative, and a man of faith, conviction and integrity.”
Hoogendyk also received the endorsement of Representative Tom McMillin from Oakland County. McMillin is currently rated the most conservative lawmaker in Lansing, based on a scorecard put out by the Independent Tea Party Patriots.
“I am honored to receive these strong endorsements from individuals, all of whom I respect for their principled stand on the issues important to the sixth district,” said Hoogendyk.