Michigan builders and contractors endorse Carol Ann Fausone in 21st House District

Lansing, Mich. – Associated Builders and Contractors of Michigan PAC (ABC) today endorsed Carol Ann Fausone (R-Canton) for Michigan’s 21st District in the State House of Representatives.

            “Carol Ann is the right choice for the 21st District,” commented Mark Sawyer, ABC-Southeastern Michigan Chapter Executive Director. “She’s proven that she has strong leadership capabilities in her previous time as the Michigan National Guard’s first female promoted to the rank of Brigadier General. She is passionate about creating and maintaining educational opportunities for all. Carol Ann will defend Michigan’s economic gains from the past four years, and will work to ensure that Michigan families have the resources to succeed.”

Carol Ann is a University of Michigan graduate in Nursing who served our country in the United States Air Force for 36 years, a career that included both hands-on nursing experience and executive leadership as an officer. Her tenure included positions as the Assistant for Mobilization and Reserve Affairs, working directly with the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and as Assistant Adjutant General of Veterans Affairs, State of Michigan, with responsibility for Veterans’ advocacy at the state level. Carol Ann also owns The Veteran Advocate, LLC, and her experience as a small business owner has given her a strong sense of the hard work required to build and maintain a business.

“We are proud to support Carol Ann in this race for the 21st House District and we wish her much success in the election,” said Chris Fisher, Associated Builders and Contractors of Michigan President.


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