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91st District.

 
 
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About

Greg VanWoerkom

Greg VanWoerkom lives in Norton Shores with his wife Wendy and three children ages 10, 6 and 2. Greg is the District Director for Congressman Bill Huizenga and previously served as the senior policy advisor to U.S. Representative Pete Hoekstra. He is running as a Republican for State Representative in the 91st District. 

Greg serves on the board of the United Way of the Lakeshore and Board President for Western Michigan Christian High and Middle School. Greg has worked behind the scenes on major projects in West Michigan including environmental cleanups such as Ruddiman Creek and Ryerson Creek to delist Muskegon Lake as an Area of Concern. He is involved with the study of the Port of Muskegon and expanding the Muskegon Wastewater facility to create new economic opportunities.

Greg is a member of the Muskegon Rotary Club and Covenant Life Church. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Calvin College and a Masters’ Degree in Political Leadership from George Washington University.

 
 
 
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Why I'm Running

My career has been about public service to improve the quality of life for the people of West Michigan and Muskegon. I work everyday understanding and solving the problems facing West Michigan whether it is in economic development, reducing poverty, restoring our environment, improving education or helping a constituent who is having trouble with their government.

We all recognize that we are at a critical point in the next chapter for Muskegon County. In the age of term limits, we need to elect representatives that can have an immediate impact for our area.

I have lead public policy efforts at the highest level in Washington, D.C. I have sat with employers who were on the verge of cutting jobs unless action was taken and delivered. I know what being your representative takes and will be ready from day one to serve you and deliver for our communities.

I ask for your vote on November 6, 2018.

 
 
 
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See you at the polls November 6, 2018.