Adamini endorses Lorinser

MARQUETTE — Bob Lorinser, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, has received a endorsement from former state Rep. Stephen Adamini, D-Marquette.

Adamini is a former Michigan House of Representatives member and Northern Michigan University Trustee who currently serves as a Marquette County commissioner.

In a statement, Adamini said, “Like countless others in my district, I’m alive today because of Doc. He’s among one of the most honorable men I know. I support Bob Lorinser because of his down-to-earth, no-BS outlook to policy and his ability to serve hardworking families.

“He is better suited for the job than any other candidate, has the only opportunity to win, and will represent my constituents with integrity.”

Adamini said Lorinser’s diplomatic service overseas was also a significant motivator in his decision to endorse in the primary.

Adamini was a Democratic representative in the 109th District from 2001 to 2006. In 2007, Gov. Jennifer Granholm appointed him to the Northern Michigan University Board of Trustees. He currently serves as a member of the Marquette County Commission.


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