Dearborn state Rep. George T. Darany wants another two years.
Darany, who won his seat in 2010 after serving on Dearborn City Council, announced Tuesday that he is running for reelection as state representative for Michigan’s 15th House District. The Democrat said his job serving Dearborn in the legislature is not done.
"It’s unfortunate, but the middle class, our kids, and our seniors were forgotten during the last year and a half by the legislature,” Darany said in a statement. “We’ve seen a tax on our seniors, cuts to our classrooms, and unnecessary burdens placed on our working families through the reduction of the homestead property tax credit and the elimination of charitable tax credits - all to give large corporations a massive tax break.
"I have worked hard to ensure Dearborn’s voice is strongly represented in Lansing by opposing these efforts and will continue the fight for my neighbors and my hometown.”
In his first term, Darany's efforts focused on fighting tax increases, as well as rallying on behalf of public schools. He hosted , as well as supporting .
Prior to his election to legislature, Darany served on the Dearborn City Council for four years. Darany also owned and operated a small business–the Classic Trolley Company.
Darany is active in the Dearborn Rotary Club, Dearborn Goodfellows, and he has been an active participant with the Dearborn Firefighters Burn Drive.
“Our government needs to get back to serving the people,” Darany said. “The majority of Michiganders aren’t corporate CEOs with rich golden parachutes, they’re struggling families that are in jeopardy of being left behind by Lansing. I am anxious to continue working toward turning Michigan around and making sure our citizens, from our youngest to our oldest, are given the support they need to succeed.”
For more information, or to sign up for volunteer opportunities, visit www.georgedarany.com.