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Bruce back on the farm

They say you can take the boy out of the farm, but you can't take the farm out of the boy.

4th of July

The 4th of July parade in West Branch was smoking, but our parade marchers were not deterred!


Talking with owners of Goodale’s Bakery in Grayling. A long time small business owner, Bruce understands the difficulties of excessive government regulation, costs, taxes, and the challenge of meeting a payroll.


Bruce is a former dairy farmer and appreciates the challenges of working in the agriculture industry, as he and George Shetler tour the Shetler Family Dairy in Kalkaska County.

Memorial Day

Proud to service and support those who dedicate their lives to protecting the freedoms we cherish.


Bruce learned to hunt from his Father at the age of five. As determined supporter of the 2nd Amendment, he will be difficult to find during opening day of deer or turkey season.

Working with Veterans

Bruce’s Father was a highly decorated veteran of World War II and he holds the military in the highest respect. His legislative efforts on behalf of veterans has protected families at military funerals from disrespectful and demeaning protests and he is now pushing Michigan colleges to accept military experience for academic credits.

Bruce back on the farm

Though he no longer owns a farm, Bruce is still active in dairy cattle breeding and he still owns a few registered Jersey cows. With a significant portion of the 35th Senate district engaged in the business of farming and forestry, he has both a personal interest and an understanding of how important agriculture is to the district.