Bridget Mary McCormack and Elizabeth Welch

for Michigan Supreme Court


McCormack and Welch are:

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    Fighters to protect Michigan’s air and drinking water

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    Supporters of women’s reproductive health rights

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    Fair and on YOUR side


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Welch and McCormack for MI Supreme Court

both are women worth looking for!

Why Welch?

Elizabeth Welch has dedicated her 25-Year legal career to making michigan work for us all.

Safer and fair working conditions, equity in education, protecting our natural resources, and ensuring the law is applied fairly to all people of Michigan are the hallmarks of Elizabeth’s vast and respected career.

Elizabeth is an attorney, dedicated public servant and a fighter for justice. A bridge builder and a fierce advocate, Elizabeth is ready to bring her diverse experience to the highest court in our state.

  • Attorney serving individuals, nonprofits & small businesses
  • Counsel helping municipalities recover costs of opioid epidemic
  • Long-time East Grand Rapids School Board Trustee
  • Former President of Michigan League of Conservation Voters

If elected to the Michigan Supreme Court, Elizabeth will be fair and impartial and will work to ensure equal access to justice for everyone in Michigan.

Why McCormack?

Chief Justice McCormack is committed to making sure the Michigan Supreme Court is independent from political pressure and is committed to justice for all of Michigan’s people.

Chief Justice McCormack believes the courtroom is one place where fairness should outrank strength, and where being right should matter more than being popular or powerful.

The Supreme Court supervises all of the courts in Michigan, including the 242 trial courts that hear millions of cases each year. Everyone knows someone who has been involved in a case in their local trial court, and the Michigan Supreme Court is responsible for the service and the justice they receive.

To support the state’s trial courts in delivering justice, Chief Justice McCormack has promoted accessibility, engagement and efficiency. She believes courts must be involved in their local communities and be places that connect people with resources, not only delivering consequences.

Fighting for Working People.

Fair and on your side.