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  Holly Hughes for State Representative

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“Holly Hughes is a strong, proven community leader who will fight to create jobs, lower taxes and bring opportunity to Muskegon”  - Congressman Pete Hoekstra

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Michigan is a state of tremendous promise and unlimited potential.  It has an abundance of natural resources, an incredibly skilled workforce, a population of ‘can do’ people, a tradition of strong family values across diverse cultures, and a long history of economic and agricultural strength. These are facts that we seldom hear today but help  point the way toward our return to prosperity.

In today's economy, we cannot afford to mistake the failures in Lansing for the needs of an ever changing global marketplace.  Rather than complain about the status quo we need to embrace new global opportunities. We can attract new companies and create new jobs, but we have to face reality and come together to make it happen. Collectively we can build the strongest economy in the nation.

I’m running for the Michigan Legislature because I want to live in a Michigan where jobs are abundant, where our children can receive a world class education,  and live and raise their families here,  instead of having to move to another state in order to be employed.  I want to live in a Michigan where government doesn’t get in the way of a productive economy but is a catalyst for business opportunity.  I will bring to Lansing strong leadership, common sense stewardship, hands on job creating experience learned through many years of hard work building our family business, and the vision necessary to get Michigan back to work.

"Holly is an outstanding, results oriented advocate for Muskegon. From the environment, to small business, to the education of our children, she is tireless in solving problems and making West MI a better place."
- Congressman Bill Huizenga

Preliminary data shows ‘significant’ evidence supporting new bus warning lights

New findings from a statewide pilot program offer the strongest case yet for mandating new eye-level lighting on the rear of school buses, according to a state lawmaker who's been advocating the changes for years.

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Dune park conservationists mark victory

A community effort to save a stretch of pristine dunes on Lake Michigan’s shore has succeeded.

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To The Point: Rep. Holly Hughes

The fallout from the legislation to fund repairs to Michigan’s roads, which Gov. Rick Snyder signed into law earlier this month, continues.

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New lights aimed at making school buses safer

Forest Hills Public Schools is one of 10 districts across the state piloting a new lighting alert system on buses in an effort to better communicate what drivers should do when approaching a stopped school bus.

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Schools testing new ‘stop’ lights on buses

Ten Michigan school districts are participating in a pilot program to assess how effective new rear safety lights will be at stopping motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses.

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Privacky Law aims to make school bus lights brighter, more visible

Republican Holly Hughes wants brighter and more visible lighting on the rear of buses so drivers sharing the road are more clearly notified when the bus is slowing.

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Don't forget: Veterans Job Fair Friday to feature 90 employers

MUSKEGON, MI - A total of 90 employers are looking to meet potential employees at a Friday, May 16 job fair targeted at veterans on board the USS LST-393 Veterans Museum ship.

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Former state representative joins Muskegon Promise board

Muskegon County is making progress as it becomes the ninth Promise Zone to begin the process of paying for students to attend college.

Holly Hughes, former Montague Area Public Schools board member and state representative, was appointed recently to the Muskegon County Promise Zone Authority by Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger. Muskegon County is one of 10 Promise Zones in the state. The initiative was signed into Michigan law in 2008 and was based on the success of the 2005 Kalamazoo Promise, which offers college funding to students within certain geographical boundaries who complete their high school studies in a satisfactory manner.

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VIDEO: Veterans Attend Job Fair in Muskegon

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Endorsement editorial: Holly Hughes should remain as 91st District representative

Two years ago, the Chronicle Editorial Board endorsed Holly Hughes, R-White River Twp., for 91st State House and we continue to support her for this office.

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“Holly Hughes is a tested, proven candidate of the highest quality whose political expertise will get her over the finish line in November.  She is pro-business and pro jobs.  Her position on the issues combined with her business experience will make her a great state representative.”

- Phil Guyeskey,  Director of Political Affairs for the Michigan Chamber 

Featured News

Montague Company MasterTag Expanding
March 23, 2010 WZZM view video > 

MasterTag Expanding, Adding Jobs
March 21, 2010 White Lake Beacon view pdf > 

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