Lorence for Liberty
Representing YOU in Michigan’s 4th Congressional District. Lorence is committed to making the world a better place to live for us all.
Vote for Lorence Wenke on November 8.
If elected, my priorities will be...
Jobs and the economy
Reducing government and public debt
Equal justice for all
Inflation of our dollars
The cost of energy
The issue of crime
The issue of abortion
The issue of guns
The issue of illegal immigration
Unfilled jobs and lack of workers
Vote on November 8
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A message from Lorence
I am running for the 4th district seat in the U.S. Congress. It would be my honor to represent you and all Michiganders. I want to make Michigan and the rest of our country an attractive, vibrant place to live and work. I desire great schools for our kids with top-notch teachers and facilities, with affordable education across the board. I want safe neighborhoods, fine roads, sound bridges, good paying jobs, first-rate health care for all, and low taxes. Each of us would be fighting for the first place in line if given the opportunity to end homelessness, poverty, child abuse, and mental illness.
How do we make strides to accomplishing all that we desire for our state – for ourselves, our families, our neighbors? That is where we have significant differences.
I find myself looking at the two major political parties and I see incredible division – a seemingly insurmountable chasm. Republicans are accused of being rigid, righteous, and tipping the scales to those who already have wealth and power. Democrats are perceived as too permissive, too quick with the hand-outs, and prone to excess spending.
I would like to stake a claim on the middle ground. I want to advocate for those who work hard, contribute to their communities, make good choices, and pay their fair share.
We need to address our issues and prioritize. We must demand fairness in regard to who pays. We need balance. We cannot leave our children and grandchildren with a level of debt that can never be erased. I would be honored to have your vote and be your voice in Congress.
– Lorence Wenke