Mollie's pack pup; Jimmy Jones Photography

Michigan

06 Wolf Pack – Candidates

You can be a voice for wolves wherever you live even if wolves don’t make their home in your state. The 06 Legacy is here to help by endorsing pro-wolf candidates across the country. We are researching candidates and leaders in every state. Those who share our concern for wolves and ecosystems will be included in our 06 Wolf Pack.

The 06 Legacy is proud to endorse these pro-wolf candidates. Make your vote count for wolves.

Federal

Gary C. Peters

US Senator - Democrat 2026

Supports emergency relisting to restore federal protections.

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Haley M. Stevens

US Representative - 11th, Democrat 2022

Supports emergency relisting to restore federal protections.

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Rashida Tlaib

US Representative - 13th, Democrat 2022

Supports emergency relisting to restore federal protections.

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State

Abraham Aiyash

State Representative - District 9, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Rosemary Bayer

State Senator - District 13, Democrat 2022

Protested resolution to encourage wolf hunting and trapping as part of state wolf management plan.

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Felicia Brabec

State Representative - District 33, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Winnie Brinks

State Senator - District 29, Democrat 2022

Voted against bill that required all members of the Wolf Advisory Council be a resident of the Upper Peninsula.

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Julie Brixie

State Representative - District 73, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Tyrone Carter

State Representative - District 1, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Mary Cavanagh

State Senator - District 6, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Stephanie Chang

State Senator - District 3, Democrat 2022

Voted against bill that required all members of the Wolf Advisory Council be a resident of the Upper Peninsula.

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Erika Geiss

State Senator - District 1, Demcrat 2022

Voted against bill that required all members of the Wolf Advisory Council be a resident of the Upper Peninsula.

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Rachel Hood

State Representative - District 81, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Kara Hope

State Representative - District 74, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Jeff Irwin

State Senator - District 15, Democrat 2022

Voted against bill that required all members of the Wolf Advisory Council be a resident of the Upper Peninsula.

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Padma Kuppa

State Senator - District 9, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Sean McCann

State Senator - District 19, Democrat 2022

Opposed resolution to encourage wolf hunting and trapping as part of state wolf management plan.

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Mallory McMorrow

State Senator - District 8, Democrat 2022

Voted against bill that required all members of the Wolf Advisory Council be a resident of the Upper Peninsula.

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Jeremy Moss

State Senator - District 7, Democrat 2022

Voted against bill that required all members of the Wolf Advisory Council be a resident of the Upper Peninsula.

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Dana Nessel

State Attorney General, Democrat 2022

Submitted amicus brief against federal removal of gray wolves from the Endangered Species Act.

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Amos O'Neal

State Representative - District 94, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Laurie Pohutsky

State Representative - District 17, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Dayna Polehanki

State Senator - District 5, Democrat 2022

Protested resolution to encourage wolf hunting and trapping as part of state wolf management plan.

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Ranjeev Puri

State Representative - District 24, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Sylvia Santana

State Senator - District 2, Democrat 2022

Voted against bill that required all members of the Wolf Advisory Council be a resident of the Upper Peninsula.

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Lori Stone

State Representative - District 13, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Regina Weiss

State Representative - District 6, Democrat 2022

Sponsored bill to diversify the Wolf Advisory Council by adding two seats for a wildlife management scientist and non-consumptive conservationist.

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Paul Wojno

State Senator - District 10, Democrat 2022

Voted against bill that required all members of the Wolf Advisory Council be a resident of the Upper Peninsula.

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