Republican Vic Potter, campaigning for State Representative in the 63rdstate legislative district that includes Kalamazoo County’s eastern half and all of Calhoun County, announced recently the support and endorsements from several major organizations.
In a significant development, Potter is the only candidate in the 63rd District Republican primary to receive the Right to Life of Michigan Political Action Committee endorsement.
“The years ahead will bring us new opportunities to defend the civil rights of the unborn, handicapped and elderly frail,” said Barbara Listing, President of Right to Life of Michigan. “We can count on Vic in Lansing.”
As his campaign momentum builds, Potter’s campaign also announced he had received the Small Business Association of Michigan’s Stamp of Approval. The Small BIZ Political Action Committee issues a Stamp of Approval for candidates that meet the criteria as a “friend of small business.”
“I am pleased these organizations are taking notice of my plan to keep Michigan moving forward,” said Pottery. “We have a unique culture – that rare combination of tradition and prudent growth that makes this such a wonderful place to live. I have a first-hand understanding of our values, our traditions, our people, and I’m not afraid of a hard day’s work. I’m by no means a career politician, but you can depend on me to work tirelessly to protect our quality of life in Lansing.”
Potter started his career at the Kalamazoo Paper Company, working to make ends meet and learn the ins and outs of how a business operates. Years later, he made the decision to open his own business — Bud’s Towing and Automotive in Marshall where today he employs nearly a dozen workers.
For more information, please visit http://www.VicPotter.com or call Vic on his cell phone at 269-420-6935.