101st District candidates spar: Cater seeks increase in Michiganders, O’Malley looks for more ‘common sense’
Carolyn Cater wants to see people come back to the state of Michigan, and do so with a newly created job.
Jack O’Malley said he seeks to bring what he calls “common sense solutions” to the problems facing the state.
Both candidates for the 101st State House seat discussed their ideas about the scope of government, marijuana legalization and school safety, among other topics, Thursday night during a debate hosted by the Mason County Republicans at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts.
Curt VanderWall, R-Ludington, currently is in the seat and was elected in 2016. VanderWall is a candidate for the 35th District state Senate seat this year as Darwin Booher, R-Evart, faces term limits.
For more of this story, pick up a copy of the print edition of The Ludington Daily News or buy our e-edition.