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Re-Elect George Cushingberry Jr. Detroit City Council District 2
"Don't be confused by watching Fox News".
Please be reminded that Mr. Cushingberry has more credibility as a suspended lawyer than some journalists on Fox 2 and, Michigan Chronicle combined.
Mr. Cushingberry has processed over 1000 cases as a lawyer and participated in numerous projects that needed an insightful mind.
It is time for news organizations to be more accountable researching public policy issues like why is there better concrete in a new prison than roads in Michigan, and pension financing reform.
We also realize that people need jobs and we are glad that Mr. Elrick has a job. There will be no one without a job who wants want's one. The participation in our Community Job and Help Fairs are a statement to the love that we have for our citizens.
Mr. Cushingberry is continuing to work for you in District 2 as a true jobs, justice, peace, and equal opportunity Democrat. I would like your support to continue this mission for the betterment of you.
The Committee to Re-Elect George Cushingberry Jr to Detroit City Council.
Working for you in District 2
Cushingberry reprimands HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson on President Trump's budget cuts at Hartford Village Senior Housing Complex March 17th, 2017 Video Link.
Restoring Retirees lost health care benefits
Property Tax Reform
Public Service Jobs and Careers with the City of Detroit
Mental Health reform