Michigan LCV Endorses Abdullah Hammoud in 15​th ​House District

DEARBORN — The Michigan League of Conservation Voters is proud to announce the endorsement of Abdullah Hammoud in the upcoming Democratic primary for the 15 th District in the Michigan House of Representatives. Hammoud is a former board member with Michigan LCV.

“Abdullah Hammoud is committed to a pro­conservation future for Michigan, and because of that, he’s the clear choice for our support both in the primary and general election,” said Lisa Wozniak, Executive Director of Michigan LCV. “Our land, air and water concerns as a state are far too important to not have Abdullah’s voice among the policymakers in Lansing. With his dedication, we envision a path toward protection for Michigan’s natural resources.”

Hammoud understands the importance of Michigan’s natural resources, from providing jobs to bringing in tourists to our state, both areas helping Michigan’s economy grow. Safety and health are also key for Hammoud, as he has shown a commitment to with his time on Michigan LCV’s board.

“It will be difficult to fill the shoes of outgoing state Representative George Darany, but I believe Abdullah Hammoud is best suited to take on that challenge,” said state Senator David Knezek (D-­Dearborn Heights). “As a young leader, with an extensive resume and a heart for the community, Abdullah is a great choice for Dearborn.”

To kick off Michigan LCV’s full support for Hammoud, the conservation group is holding a volunteer kick­off for the election season. The event will take place Saturday, June 25, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hemlock Park Picnic Shelter in Dearborn. The park is located at the corner of Shaefer Road and Hemlock Avenue. Anyone interested in getting involved but unable to attend can contact Michigan LCV’s Southeast Michigan Regional Coordinator, Henry Griffin, at (734) 904-­8750.

For a full list of Michigan LCV’s endorsements visit:­endorsements/endorsements

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