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Kathy Wiejaczka stresses one thing above all others in her campaign to be the next representative for the 101st State House District: politics and public service are not a game. It’s a perspective that she says separates her from her opponent, Republican Jack O’Malley, as the...

Wiejaczka is likable and can get the job done TO THE EDITOR: As Glenn Zaring stated, “The question is ‘Do we choose someone we like or someone that can do the job?'” I know a candidate who meets both qualifications. I’m voting for a candidate people like, can do...

TO THE EDITOR: In my mailbox today, I received an oversized, full-color postcard from the Michigan Republican Party. It showed an unflattering image of Democratic State Representative candidate Kathy Wiejaczka, along with a false claim that Ms. Wiejaczka has a plan to “ruin your healthcare” by...

Kathy Wiejaczka, a former nurse who hails from Empire, is headed to the November general election after winning the Democratic primary Tuesday against Ed Hoogterp for the Michigan 101st State House seat. Wiejaczka won by a wide margin over Hoogterp, 10,172 to 1,225, in the four-county race that...

State House of Representatives and Senate seats representing wide swaths of northern Michigan are in play this November, and voters picked some candidates to run for their party. The primary election Tuesday will also decide the fate of the sole Democrat seeking to challenge Republican Rep....

There's a two-way race for both Democrats and Republicans hoping for their party's nod to run for Michigan's 101st state House of Representatives district. Democrats Edward Hoogterp and Kathy Wiejaczka are squaring off for the nomination, while Jack O'Malley and Carolyn Cater want the GOP nomination....

With the Aug. 7 primary election a stone’s throw away, and with incumbent Curt VanderWall (a Republican from Ludington) vacating the State House seat that represents Michigan’s 101st District (serving Leelanau, Benzie, Manistee, and Mason counties), we submitted the following questions to four candidates vying...

Two Democrats are seeking their party’s nomination for the 101st State House of Representatives, representing Leelanau, Benzie, Manistee and Mason counties. Kathy Wiejaczka is the only candidate for either the State House or the Senate who resides in Leelanau County. A member of St. Philip Neri Church, she’s...

The 101st State House race is once again filled with possibilities. State Rep. Curt VanderWall (R-Ludington) easily prevailed in 2016, securing 54 percent of the vote while riding the coattails of President Donald Trump’s surprising victory in Michigan. Also in a surprise result, VanderWall battled Democrat...