Flint’s former public information officer joins race for state representative

Flint’s former public information officer joins race for state representative

Flint’s former public information officer joins race for state representative


by Madeline CiakMonday, November 18th 2019Flint’s former public information officer Candice Mushatt has just announced that she’s joining the race for state representative. (WEYI)

FLINT, Mich., — Flint’s former public information officer Candice Mushatt has just announced that she’s joining the race for state representative.

She would be the representative of the 34th District, which includes Flint.

She adds that she has experience, working at both local and state levels.

Sheldon Neeley most recently held that position, and has since been elected to be Flint’s new mayor.

RELATED LINK: Sheldon Neeley sworn in as Flint’s new mayor

t was reported that Neeley’s wife, Cynthia recently field paperwork to run as a Democrat for the 34th District in the special primary election set to take place in January 2020.

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