The RNHA Endorses John James for Michigan U.S Senator
The Republican National Hispanic Assembly endorse John James for U.S Senate in Michigan. John James made the decision to serve our Nation at 17 years old. After graduating from West Point in 2004, he moved on to become a Ranger-qualified aviation officer in the U.S Army. James went on to serve with valor in Operation Iraqi Freedom where he earned the Combat Action Badge and two Air Medals while logging 753.7 flight hours in the theater leading two Apache platoons.
James serviced in the U.S armed forces for 8 years and was honorable discharged. He returned to Michigan to work in the family business, James Group International. In this role, he created jobs by growing the company into a major trading partner with Michigan’s auto industry. He also served on Governor Rick Snyder’s mobility council and Veterans Trust committee. He also served on Detroit Mayor Duggan’s Workforce Development Council.
For over eight years John James has severed our nation as a soldier, a job developer and a leader in his community. He has fought to bring back jobs in Michigan. This is why the RNHA is asking you to come out and vote for John James this election. He is the right man for the job.