TREVOR's PLAN - Fighting for Social Security - Get the facts
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH - West Michigan native and Democratic Congressional candidate Trevor Thomas (MI-3) released the following statement today on the U.S. House and U.S. Senate votes to extend the payroll tax cut for 160 million workers and unemployment benefits for the rest of the year. Thomas filed his paperwork on Monday to challenge U.S. Rep. Justin Amash. Amash voted today against the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits extension.
TwenTYTwelve with Michael Shure on TYT Network talked to Trevor as part of its continuing coverage of Congressional Races across the United States.
"It’s time for us to return to the values of Jerry Ford, who put politics aside to do what was best for our country. My parents’ generation helped put the world on wheels and furniture in our living rooms. Now it is our time to stand up and fight for Michigan families to ensure they get a fair shake."
- Trevor Thomas