As a more than 12 year veteran of the Muskegon County Prosecutor’s Office, I have dedicated my career to making the streets of Muskegon County a safer place for us, and for generations to come. It has been my privilege to work with community leaders to develop programs like Project Cornerstone, Project Safe Neighborhoods, and, most recently, the Social Justice Commission. With more than 60 felony jury trials, I have convicted some of Muskegon’s most dangerous and violent murderers, rapists, drug dealers, and robbers. That is why it is my honor to announce my candidacy for Muskegon County Prosecutor.
If you want info on yard signs or t-shirts, contact us via Facebook or email.
The Doing Justice crew has been out going door-to-door to get out the vote for DJ. If you want to help out, let us know on Facebook or via email.
Ever wonder what it looks like when a billboard gets put up? Check out this cool video of our Sherman/US-31 billboard going up.
The Doing Justice crew turned out in full force for the July 4th parade in Whitehall/Montague.
It was our honor to be joined by Cpl. Zach Kragness, APA Jessica Sutton's brother, for the parade. We honor Cpl. Kragness and all the men and women who have and continue to serve our country.
We will see you in Holton on July 28.
Who is supporting DJ?
-Muskegon Heights Councilwoman Patrice Johnson
-Muskegon Heights Councilman Vernonell Smith
-Muskegon Heights Councilman Keith Guy
-West Michigan Plumbers, Fitters, and Service Trades Local Union 174
-Dr. Zawdie Abiade
-Black Women's Political Caucus
-County Commissioner Rillastine Wilkins
-Retired Sheriff George Jurkas
-Montague Chief of Police Robert Rought
-Muskegon Township Supervisor David Keift Jr.
-Attorney Doug Hughes
-Retired Roosevelt Park Chief William Wiebenga
-County Commissioner Ben Cross
-Rep. Marcia Hovey-Wright
-County Commissioner Ken Mahoney
-Mayor Steve Warmington
-County Clerk Nancy Waters
-Attorney John Beason
-Attorney John Schrier
-County Commissioner Scott Plummer
-City Commissioner Larry Spataro