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These endorsements are a testament to Pamela Pugh's proven leadership, commitment, and dedication to serving the people of Michigan.


Saginaw County Clerk and Former State Representative Vanessa Guerra, lauded Pamela Pugh's remarkable leadership abilities, stating, "Pamela Pugh's proven leadership and unwavering commitment to public service make her an ideal candidate for the U.S. Senate. She has a demonstrated track record of fighting for the rights and well-being of Michiganders. I have witnessed her dedication to fairness and transparency firsthand, and I am confident that she will be a strong voice for our communities in the Senate. I proudly endorse Pamela Pugh for the U.S. Senate."


Joyce J. Seals, a Trustee on the Saginaw Public School District Board of Education and Former Mayor of Saginaw, expressed her confidence in Pamela Pugh, saying, "Pamela Pugh's unwavering dedication to education and her commitment to advocating for the needs of students in our state are second to none. As a Trustee on the Saginaw Public School District Board of Education, I have witnessed her passion and drive to create a better future for our children. Her experience and expertise make her an ideal candidate for the U.S. Senate."


Bishop-Designee Hurley J. Coleman Jr., Senior Pastor at World Outreach Campus, added his voice to the growing support for Pamela Pugh,saying, "Pamela Pugh's dedication to serving others and her unwavering commitment to justice and equality are truly inspiring. As a leader in our community, I have witnessed firsthand her tireless efforts to uplift marginalized voices and bring about positive change. Her compassion, integrity, and deep understanding of the issues facing our state make her an exceptional candidate for the U.S. Senate. Her representation has been consistent in every level of service that I’ve seen. I proudly endorse Pamela Pugh and believe she will be an outstanding advocate for the people of Michigan."


Jeff Bulls, a community activist from Saginaw County, also voiced his endorsement, stating, "Pamela Pugh's tireless efforts in our community have made a lasting impact on the lives of many. Her ability to rally people together, her genuine concern for the welfare of our neighborhoods, and her drive to address the pressing issues we face make her an exceptional leader. Pamela Pugh is the voice we need to represent us in the U.S. Senate."


Jimmy Greene, a business leader from Saginaw County, praised Pamela Pugh, saying, "Pamela Pugh possesses the unique combination of business acumen, community involvement, and a deep understanding of the challenges faced by local enterprises. Her vision and determination to uplift our economy and create opportunities for all make her an outstanding candidate for the U.S. Senate. I wholeheartedly support Pamela Pugh's campaign."

 A most recent list of released endorsements can be found below:

Elected Officials:

Saginaw County Clerk and Former State Representative, Vanessa Guerra

Saginaw County Register of Deeds, Katie Albosta Kelly 

Saginaw County Commissioner, Lisa Coney

Saginaw County Commissioner, Gerald Little

Saginaw County Commissioner, Michael Webster

Saginaw Mayor Pro-Tem, Annie Boensch

Saginaw City Councilman, Michael D. Balls

Saginaw City Councilman, George M. Copeland 

Saginaw City Councilman Michael R. Flores

Saginaw City Councilwoman, Priscilla Garcia

Saginaw City Councilwoman, Monique Lamar-Silvia

Saginaw City Councilman, Bill Ostash

Saginaw City Councilman, Reginald Williams II

Saginaw Board of Education President, Charles Coleman,

Saginaw Board of Education Vice President, Janet Nash

Saginaw Board of Education Trustee/Former Mayor City of Saginaw, Joyce J. Seals

Delta College Board of Trustees Chair, Marcia Thomas,

Delta College Board of Trustees Member, Arshen Baldwin

Bridgeport Township Trustee, Brandell Adams

Carrollton Township Trustee, Craig Douglas

Genesee County Board of Commissioners, Dr. Beverly Brown

Genesee County Board of Commissioners, Charles H. Winfrey

Flint City CouncilwomanTonya Burns

Flint City Councilman, Eric Mays

Flint City Councilman, Quincy Murphy

Flint City Councilwoman, Jerri Winfrey-Carter

Flint Community Schools Board of Education President, Michael Clack

Flint Community Schools Board of Education Vice-President, Dr. Joyce Ellis-McNeal


Community Leaders/Former Elected Officials:

Former Mayor City of Flint, Karen Weaver

Former Clerk City of Flint Inez M. Brown,

Former Police Chief City of Flint, Timothy Johnson

Former Fire Chief City of Flint, Raymond Barton

Former Chair Genesee Board of Health, Kaye Doerr,

Former Deputy Fire Chief City of Flint Carrie Edwards, 

Former State Representative, Carl Williams

Former Mayor City of Saginaw, Gary Loster

Former Mayor City of Saginaw, Wilmer Jones-Ham

Michigan House of Representatives Former State Representative, Brenda Clack

Michigan House of Representatives Former State Representative, Floyd Clack

E. Hill DeLoney

Lady Sandra Jones

Monica Reyes, Community Leader

Bobby Deleon, Community Leader

Jeff Bulls, Community Activist

Nyesha Clark-Young, Community Activist

Terry Pruitt, Saginaw Leader

Jimmy Greene, Business Leader

Black Leaders Forum Reta Stanley

Deonta “Dink” Brown

Sean Croudy

Ira Dorsey

Charis Lee, Esq. 

Melissa Mays

Chia Morgan

Jameca Patrick-Singleton

Nayyirah Shariff, Community Leader

Dr. James Shelly 

Elizabeth Taylor


Bishop-Designee Hurley J. Coleman, Jr. 

Pastor Larry Camel

Pastor Craig Tatum

Pastor Roy Manning

Pastor Taraus Simpson, Sr. 

Co-Pastor Darlene Simpson

Pastor Marvin T. Smith

Pastor Roderick Smith

Pastor Vincement McMillon

Pastor Elvin Owen

Pastor Christopher Pryor

Pastor Henry Fuller

Pastor Alfred Harris

Bishop Bernadel Jefferson

Bishop Charles Johnson

Pastor Allen Overton, Sr.

Pastor Dr. Robert Parrish

Pastor Freelon Threlkeld

Pastor Rabon Turner


Metro Detroit High School Democrats

Wayne County High School Democrats

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