Businessman J.D. Wilson Electrifies Mackinac
 Leadership Conference

Outsider conservative for GOP nomination stood out in the Michigan open seat race with a rock strong platform to stop Joe Biden’s inflation and out of control spending “Dead in its Tracks,” crack down on crime and illegal immigration, and re-shore jobs from China back to Michigan.

Houghton Lake Heights businessman J.D. Wilson recently delivered a strong speech to the attendees of the annual Mackinac Leadership Conference and continues to build on the momentum coming out of the event.

“Republican conservatives in our state want a fresh face and a fighter to take on and clean up Joe Biden’s and Elissa Slotkin’s radical left wing mess,” stated Wilson.  “I will be that fighter.”  Wilson’s foundational pledge to stop the Biden democratic agenda “Dead in its Tracks” has helped build energy and activist support in the beginning phase of the race to reclaim this critical open seat for Michigan Republicans.

“The citizens of Michigan do not deserve the inflationary punishment that Joe Biden and Elissa Slotkin have delivered to them every day at the grocery store and the gas pump since they took office,” said Wilson.  “They have failed us.  Michigan needs a voice to represent our working families and stop their war on the middle class.  By sending me to the U.S. Senate from Michigan instead of another recycled career politician, I will battle every day to end the Biden era of failure and fight for a positive agenda of lowering inflation, re-shoring jobs to Michigan from China, crushing the Washington bureaucracy and cracking down on crime.”

Michigan Republicans are looking for a fresh face with courage and new ideas to move Michigan into the future.  J.D. Wilson, a newcomer to running for office, has a compelling life story and a focus on critically important issues and values that contrasts with the failed career politicians of both parties.

An early leader in the technological revolution, Jeff (J.D.) Wilson was born in Southfield and raised in Lansing, Michigan. He graduated from Lansing Eastern high school in 1984. Afterwards, J.D. attended Michigan State University where his abilities to identify the future utilization of technology grew beyond traditional educational methods.  In April of 1994, J.D. launched his IT career for Compuware Corporation, assigned to State of Michigan PROJECT MAIN where he participated in the modernization of Michigan’s statewide accounting and procurement systems.

J.D. Wilson is a devoted family man who has successfully raised four wonderful boys into now young men with his loving wife Lynda.