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Wayne County Prosecutor Endorses Mosher for State House

Natalie Mosher is seeking to succeed State Representative Dian Slavens who will be termed out in 2014.

Democrat Natalie Mosher is seeking to succeed State Representative Dian Slavens who will be termed out in 2014. Photo Credit: Natalie Mosher
Democrat Natalie Mosher is seeking to succeed State Representative Dian Slavens who will be termed out in 2014. Photo Credit: Natalie Mosher

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy officially endorsed Democratic candidate Natalie Mosher for the 21st State House District, praising her experience and dedication to working for all citizens of Western Wayne County.

Mosher is seeking to succeed State Representative Dian Slavens who will be termed out in 2014.

“Natalie will be an effective representative in Lansing for the people of Western Wayne County," Worthy said in a news release. "She will be a tireless fighter for our community. Natalie has a firm grasp of the issues that face our community and state. I work every day to improve public safety in our county and need a strong partner in Lansing to make sure we have the resources and tools to keep our streets safe. I know Natalie will be that partner. Natalie is also committed to restoring tax fairness for seniors and middle class families, improving job creation, and maintaining strong public schools. These are the issues that are important to me not only as a Prosecutor but more importantly as a citizen and parent; and that is why Natalie has my endorsement for the 21st State House seat.”

“I am honored to have the endorsement of Kym Worthy,” Mosher said.  “Ms. Worthy is the model of a great public servant through her dedication, integrity, and commitment to service. I will bring those same values to the State House. Kym knows that everyday I spend in the state legislature I will work for the people of Western Wayne County and be a resource in Lansing for every member of our community. I look forward to working with Kym on improving public safety and restoring fairness and good government in Lansing.”

Source: news release

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