MCRGO-PAC 2022 Endorsements
MCRGO-PAC endorses for the general election based on objective criteria without regard for political party, incumbency, or the partisan leaning of a legislative district. Endorsements are made by a balanced multi-partisan committee.
MCRGO-PAC’s focus is on state government. MCRGO-PAC does not rate or endorse for local elections, federal elections, or judicial elections other than for the Michigan Supreme Court.
All endorsed candidates for the Michigan Legislature participated in MCRGO-PAC’s primary election survey and received an A or B rating indicating strong support for self-defense rights. Consequently, endorsements are not made for every legislative district.
MCRGO-PAC has endorsed Tudor Dixon for governor. Dixon is the first major party nominee for governor to go on written record in support of constitutional carry.
MCRGO-PAC has endorsed Matt DePerno for Attorney General. DePerno is a constitutionalist who will defend our civil liberties. His incumbent opponent has engaged in unprecedented abuse of that office to attack self-defense rights.
MCRGO-PAC has endorsed incumbent Supreme Court Justice Brian Zahra and candidate Kerry Lee Morgan. Zahra has been an ally of gun owners while serving on the Supreme Court. Kerry Lee Morgan has a long history of support for our cause including his recent authorship of an amicus brief in Wade v. University of Michigan.
In Senate District 36, MCRGO-PAC has co-endorsed both Rep. Michele Hoitenga and former Rep. Joel Sheltrown. Both candidates received A ratings on their primary survey and have outstanding pro-Second Amendment legislative records. Sheltrown is a past president of MCRGO.
|Attorney General||Statewide||Matthew DePerno||R|
|Supreme Court||Statewide||Brian Zahra||R|
|Supreme Court||Statewide||Kerry Lee Morgan||L|
|Senate||2||Harry T. Sawicki||R|
|Senate||16||Joseph Bellino, Jr.||R|
|Senate||18||Thomas A. Albert||R|
|House||4||Tonya Renay Wells||R|
|House||13||Ronald A. Singer||R|
|House||23||Richard L. Sharland||R|
|House||25||Scott T. Barlow||R|
|House||26||James C. Townsend||R|
|House||33||Robert Borer III||R|
|House||34||Dale W. Zorn||R|
|House||53||Anthony M. Bartolotta||R|
|House||57||Thomas E. Kuhn||R|
|House||68||David W. Martin||R|
|House||84||Mike Milanowski Jr.||R|
|House||95||Bill G. Schuette||R|
|House||101||Joseph D. Fox||R|
|House||107||Neil W. Friske||R|