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State house candidate accused of embezzling $100,000 from Oakland County treasurer's campaign

Michigan Democratic Party calls on Jennifer Suidan to leave state house race

Jennifer Suidan, a candidate running for office in Michigan's 39th House District is being asked to leave the race after allegations of embezzlement against her surfaced. PHOTO: Courtesy of voteforsuidan.com
Jennifer Suidan, a candidate running for office in Michigan's 39th House District is being asked to leave the race after allegations of embezzlement against her surfaced. PHOTO: Courtesy of voteforsuidan.com

COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Michigan House Democrats are calling on Jennifer Suidan of Commerce Township to immediately suspend her campaign in the wake of embezzlement allegations. Suidan is running for state representative in Michigan's 39th House District. 

Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner is accusing Suidan of embezzling $100,000 from his campaign when she worked for it. 

UPDATEJennifer Suidan arraigned

The Michigan Democratic Party issued the following statement today on behalf of Party Chair Brandon Dillon regarding allegations against Suidan by her employer:

"There is no excuse for these actions, whether committed during a campaign or as a private citizen. Regardless of the timeline, the only option on the table for Ms. Suidan as a candidate is to suspend her campaign for the 39th State House seat immediately. We remain focused on electing our candidates up and down the ballot who will fight for quality, affordable healthcare, protect our Great Lakes, and take on the special interests like Betsy DeVos who have used our state as their piggy bank for the past decade while working people and families continue to suffer under complete Republican control of our government."

 


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