Dear Friends:

As a State Senator these past four years, I’ve had the privilege of serving the communities of Warren and Center Line. Now under redistricting, we join our neighbors in Sterling Heights and Detroit in the creation of the new 10th Senate District drawn by the state redistricting commission. Redistricting is mandated under the state constitution and takes place every 10 years after the U.S. census.

I’m excited to be running in this new 10th district where I’ve lived my entire life. My wife Lisa and I are proud parents to Kennedy, Bradley, and Audrey, as well as our dogs Buddy, Daisy, Parker, and Millie. In Lansing, I’ve fought for road funding, investing in education, additional monies for mental illness, protecting seniors, a voice for animal rights, and championed diversity and inclusion. But there’s still more to do.

Macomb and Wayne Counties are leading the way in our state as the premier counties to live, work, educate our children, and start a business. We’ve made tremendous progress since the onset of the pandemic, and we need to continue building upon that in Lansing. With your support, this can become a reality.

Warmest Regards,

Paul Wojno's Priorities

Senator Paul Wojno is on a mission to make Michigan a better place for its residents. He has worked tirelessly to champion more funding for education, infrastructure, healthcare, animal rights, and other projects that benefit the people of Michigan.

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    Paul Wojno voted yes to the $17.1 billion education budget—the largest K-12 investment in the history of Michigan.

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    Elder Right Protection

    Paul Wojno is an Elder Abuse Task Force Member. He sponsored SB 506 which protects vulnerable seniors from guardianship and conservator predators. He also introduced SB 003 which will eliminate the State Senior Pension Tax.

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    Paul Wojno supported the $500 million budget for MI Clean Water Plan and $196 million budget for roads and bridges that created 2,500 jobs.

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