For Our Values. For Our Future.
For All of Us.  

Let's create a Michigan that works for everyone.

Now is the Time.

My name is Nicole Breadon, and I’m running for State Representative because I believe that now is the time to create a Michigan that works for all of us. Now is the time to finally fix our crumbling roads, polluted water, and underfunded public schools. Now is the time to ensure everyone has access to basic necessities like food, housing, and healthcare. Now is the time to challenge “leaders” who put special interests before their constituents. 


I grew up in a blue-collar family in Clarkston. I’ve worked hard—and struggled—to support my own family while raising two sons with special needs. I know what it’s like to feel left behind by your leaders, but, together, we have the power to create a government that serves everyone.

We need to take action, and I’m ready to lead the way. 


We need to support our public schools so they can prepare our kids for an ever-changing tomorrow. We need to protect our water and environment and stop allowing corporate interests to put our health and livelihoods at risk. We need to invest in our infrastructure to improve our citizens’ quality of life and to stay competitive when new businesses or industries come knocking. We need to elect leaders who understand our challenges and who are committed to addressing them. We are the people who can make real changes in our community, and I want to be the voice that speaks for all of us in Lansing—for our citizens, our values, and our future.

What Friends & Neighbors Are Saying

"I am delighted to be able to endorse Nicole Breadon to serve as the Michigan House Representative for our 43rd District. I have personally seen how hard Nicole works, and how much she cares about people. she has been a justice fighter for a very long time and knows how to get things done!  Her integrity is absolute and I know that we can trust her work to always be in the best interests of the people she serves. I look forward to working with her in Lansing."

Sen. Rosemary Bayer, Michigan's 12th Senate District


"The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little."

Contact Nicole


Paid for by Friends of Nicole Breadon
9881 Marmora Clarkston MI 48348

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