This is the sixth and final part of the city council candidate series. With a Nov. 5 election approaching, this series is here to inform students of the candidates seeking to represent the local government just outside campus boundaries. Produced by: Haley Sinclair
The 10th anniversary of East Lansing Welcomes the World will be held at the East Lansing Public Library on Sept. 20 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Meadows speaks to how he got started in politics. He also addresses city development, and the diversity that MSU provides that makes East Lansing a unique and honorable city to govern.
East Lansing residents Madeleine and Ross March-Meenagh completed a 220-mile trek of the Michigan Shore-to-Shore Trail to raise money and awareness for the Flint water crisis.
The Lansing Regional Sister Cities Commission requested a partnership with East Lansing involving funding and commission representation.
Revitte considered running for city council in 2017, but when all incumbents ran for reelection, he opted out. Now, with Shanna Draheim not seeking another term, Revitte is looking to serve the people of East Lansing.
U.S. House Rep. Elissa Slotkin, State Rep. Julie Brixie and Sen. Gary Peters have released statements in support of the Department of Education's fine to MSU, while still opposing Secretary Betsy DeVos.