Racin’ Jason Crum, longtime deejay at WKLT, was among six Northwest Michigan Libertarian selected recently to run as candidates on the 2020 ballot. Other candidates include David Holmer, Cory Dean, Frank Pelky, Tom Gray, and Donna Gundle-Krieg.
These six candidates will be on the November ballot after they are verified at the Libertarian Party of Michigan convention on July 18th in Gaylord.
Crum, who was nominated for State Representative in the 104th district. is the father of six children and resides with his wife Shawn in Traverse City. Crum has already done a series of videos about why he wants to run for State Representative as a Libertarian.
David Holmer, who was nominated for Manistee County Commissioner District 7, ran an impressive race in 2018. He is a veteran and an author, and actively works with a dozen non-profits in the Manistee area. Click here for more information.
Nominated for Blair Township Trustee, Cory Dean and his wife Stephanie raised four sons and have lived in the township for 40 years. He is very active in his community, and is an account manager for Star Truck Rental.
Frank Pelky, who was nominated for Homestead Township Clerk, is a former Great Lakes sailor and commercial captain. He has six children and 13 grandchildren, most who live in the area.
Pelky’s grandson Tom Gray was nominated for Homestead Township Treasurer. He has lived in Homestead Township his entire life. He is currently a technician and sales person for Northern Auto and Tire.
Donna Gundle-Krieg was nominated for Mancelona Township Trustee. Gundle-Krieg is Political Director of the Northwest Michigan Libertarians. She is a real estate broker and lives with her husband Dennis in Mancelona.
Much more information on these candidates will be provided in the coming weeks!!