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We need someone you can trust and depend upon in Washington D.C.

To work together and get things done.

I am that person.

 

Together, we can fix the unique challenges facing Michigan:

 

Preserving our Great Lakes and watershed

Those roads!

Create jobs from the emerging Green Markets

Healthcare as a basic human right

Take care of our vets

 

I am elected by the people, of the people, for the people. That is what it means to represent our district.

 

 

News

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 10:46 AM

Mass transit debate heating up

Efforts to block regional transportation...….


Tuesday, November 19, 2019 10:43 AM

Lead levels found elevated in Lapeer water supply

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Tuesday, November 19, 2019 10:40 AM

Voters approve 38.6 million bond request

Proponents of Imlay City Schools won a lone ballot measure ...


Monday, November 11, 2019 9:18 PM

The Noland News: Fifth Edition

Noland News
Here is the Fifth Edition of the Noland News!

Some pictures from last week’s events:

Above: A woman holds up a Fems for Democracy t-shirt at the Fems for Dems meeting I attended on Friday Nov. 8.

Above: Attendees listen as issues are discussed at the Friday Nov. 8 Fems for Dems meeting.

Above: U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin speaks at a Health Care Town Hall on the evening of Friday Nov. 8.

Above: Audience members listen as U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin speaks at a Nov. 8 Health Care Town Hall.

 Schedule for the coming week(Nov.11-Nov. 17):

REMEMBER NOV. 11 IS VETERANS DAY! Find an event near you and help our U.S. troops or Veterans in any way that you can. This time of year can be tough for those on active duty who are away from their families.

On Monday Nov. 11 I have a meet and greet which I am attending for Karen McDonald. She's running for Oakland County prosecutor.

On Tuesday Nov. 12 I have a scheduled phone call with David Jesse from the Detroit Free Press. Later I have a lunch meeting with Joel Rutherford from the Black Democratic Caucus. Lastly, I will be attending a town hall in Oakland County for healthcare issues with Rep. Elissa Slotkin.

On Wednesday Nov. 13 I will be canvassing in local neighborhoods in the morning. Later that evening I will be attending the Macomb Township Board of Trustees Meeting, listening to local matters which affect the district.

On Thursday Nov. 14 I will be canvassing in local neighborhoods. In the evening I’ll be attending our monthly North Macomb Democratic Club meeting.

On Friday Nov. 15 I have scheduled meetings all day.

On Saturday Nov. 16 I will be attending the Bold Progressive Seminar in Detroit, which I was fortunate enough to be selected for. I will be doing in-depth training and meeting many great professionals in the party.

On Sunday Nov. 17 I'll be attending the second day of training at the seminar. Look for posts on my Instagram and Twitter!


Monday, November 11, 2019 7:35 PM

The Noland News: Second Edition

Updates from this past week(Oct. 14- Oct. 20):

Please like and follow my new Facebook page! Thanks to Barb Muzyk for the help in re-creating it. Click the link below to check out the page.
https://www.facebook.com/Kelly-Noland-Democrat-for-US-Congress-MI-10th-District-2020-100811328010445/

On Tuesday Oct. 15 I held an internal meeting with campaign staff.

On the morning of Wednesday Oct. 16, I attended a meeting with the IBEW union in Saginaw. The meeting was not open to the public. It went exceptionally well, and I was invited to speak to the general membership at their next meeting.
Canvassing was rained out; rescheduled for Oct. 25.

On Thursday Oct. 17 I did party prep for Friday’s Meet & Greet Party. Shopped at our local Costco to support businesses that pay a fair wage. Love the corporate culture here!

On Friday Oct. 18 We held our Meet & Greet Party at the New Haven Amvets Hall!



Above: Attendees mingle at Kelly Noland’s Meet & Greet Party on Oct. 18.


On Saturday Oct. 19 I attended the Macomb County Democratic Committee O’Hara Celebration Breakfast at the Carpathia Club in Sterling Heights. Local volunteers & organizations were honored, specifically Birdie Nash, Roger Heller, and the Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers-Local 2 Michigan.




Pictured above: Honoree Birdie Nash and Representative Andy Levin is seated behind her.

Following that event, I met with LIT (Lapper Indivisible Team) to share policy/ideas.
I also dropped off food with UAW Local 160 and spoke with leadership. We discussed votes and the timetable for workers, and I asked about further needs.

On Sunday Oct. 20 I canvassed and gathered signatures with Nancy Early at the New Baltimore Farmer’s Market. While there, I spoke with voters and collected signatures. (This event was bumped forward due to a conflict last week).


Here is next week’s schedule (Oct. 21.-Oct. 27):

On Tuesday Oct. 22 I will be meeting with veterans officials; this is a private meeting.

On Wednesday Oct. 23, at 7 pm, I’ll be at the Indivisible Fighting #9 meeting at the First United Methodist Church of Ferndale, MI. This event is open to the public.

On Thursday Oct. 24, I’ll be canvassing and gathering signatures in Almont. I’ll be near four corners, in front of post office. Hope to see you there! (This event has been rescheduled due to weather conditions last week).

On Friday Oct. 25 I’ll be canvassing and gathering signatures in Port Huron with Jodi Sanderson. We’ll be near St. Clair County Library, 210 McMorran Blvd. Port Huron, Michigan 48060. Jodi is the St. Clair County Leader for my campaign.

On Sunday Oct. 27 I’ll be attending the MI 10th Congressional District Membership meeting. This meeting is open to the public and occurs from 2 PM – 5 PM. Location is Countryside Banquet Center, 596 S Cedar St, Imlay City, Michigan 48444.



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