Paul Mitchell announces reelect, Submits 2,000 signatures
Dryden, MI—Congressman Paul Mitchell today announced his campaign for reelection to Congress, citing a list of accomplishments made and accomplishments kept.
Mitchell is currently the first term congressman representing Michigan’s 10th Congressional District, comprised of Macomb, Lapeer, St. Clair, Tuscola, Sanilac, and Huron counties.
“When I ran for Congress two years ago, I committed to being a conservative voice for you in Washington,” said Mitchell. “I work to keep that promise every day, as I push for real changes that allow every person to realize their American Dream.”
Mitchell spent his first term in office fulfilling the campaign promises from his 2016 election. In his first term, Mitchell voted to repeal a record number of stifling regulations, reinvest in and rebuild our military, and protect our Great Lakes for future generations. Additionally, Mitchell voted to reduce rates and simplify the tax code for every American.
“I believe in politics as I did in business, talk is easy but accomplishments are ultimately what makes a difference. I focused on delivering the concrete change I promised from my first day in office, and I won’t stop working for those I am so honored to serve.”
Along with Mitchell’s announcement, his campaign turned in the maximum 2,000 signatures to the Secretary of State’s office ensuring ballot access for the August primary.
Paul Mitchell is currently serving his first term in Congress. Previously, Mitchell spent his career in business as the CEO of Ross Education.
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