|Full Name:||Brenda J. Clack|
|Office:||Commissioner (Genesee County, MI) - District 2, Democratic|
|Family:||Husband: Floyd; 2 Children: Mia, Michael|
|Home City:||Flint, MI|
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Dec. 19, 2008 - -Specifies that an entity is eligible to create a promise zone if it is a city, township, county, local school district, or intermediate school district ...
Dec. 11, 2008 - - Enacts the agreement when State's cumulatively possessing a majority of the electoral votes have passed the agreement in the same form (Sec. 3). - ...
Dec. 11, 2008 - - Authorizes the Concealed Weapon Licensing Board to require retired judges to obtain and carry a letter from the Judicial Tenure Commission stating that he ...
|2004||America Civil Liberties Union of Michigan Positions on Civil Rights Issues||90%|
|Top industry||Beer, Wine & Liquor ($3,825.00)|
Brenda Clack REPEATEDLY REFUSED TO PROVIDE ANY RESPONSES TO CITIZENS ON ISSUES THROUGH THE 2006 NATIONAL POLITICAL AWARENESS TEST WHEN ASKED TO DO SO BY Key national leaders of both major parties including: John McCain, Republican Senator Geraldine Ferraro, Former Democratic Congresswoman Michael Dukakis, Former Democratic Governor Bill Frenzel, Former Republican Congressman Richard Kimball, Project Vote Smart President Over 100 news organizations throughout the nation also urged their candidates to supply their issue positions through the National Political Awareness Test.
Project Vote Smart does not permit the use of its name or programs in any campaign activity including advertising, debates, and speeches.View Brenda J. Clack's Michigan State Legislative Election 2004 National Political Awareness Test