Michigan Democratic Jewish Caucus Congratulates Samantha Steckloff on Primary Victory
Samantha Steckloff (D-Farmington Hills) will be the first Jewish woman to serve in the Michigan Legislature since 2015
WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. — Noah Arbit, founder and chair of the Michigan Democratic Jewish Caucus issued the following election-night statement congratulating Farmington Hills City Councilwoman Samantha Steckloff on winning the Democratic nomination for Michigan’s 37th House District:
“I could not be more thrilled to see my friend Samantha Steckloff’s decisive victory in tonight’s Democratic primary to succeed Minority Leader Christine Greig in the Michigan House. Sam will be a stellar representative for the residents of Farmington and Farmington Hills, and it brings me great joy that she will also be representing the Jewish community as the lone Jewish Democrat in the Michigan House. Tonight’s victory is a testament to Sam’s commitment to fighting for Farmington families, lowering the cost of health care, improving education outcomes, and ensuring justice for all. On behalf of the Michigan Democratic Jewish Caucus, I wish Sam and all of Team Steckloff a hearty Mazel Tov!"
About MDJC: The Michigan Democratic Jewish Caucus (MDJC) is the voice of Jewish Michiganders in the Democratic Party, dedicated to combating antisemitism and electing Democrats who share our values. In addition to supporting candidates through its state and federal PACs, MDJC works to strengthen the link between Michigan’s Jews and Democrats through strong communications and public forums, increase Jewish representation in Michigan politics, and advocate for progressive policies benefiting all Michiganders.
CONTACT: Noah Arbit, Chair