Northern Michigan Businessman Announces Candidacy for the 107th State House Seat

Neil Friske announced his candidacy for the 107th State House seat, the district covers Charlevoix, Emmet and portions of Mackinac, Chippewa and Cheboygan counties.

The seat is being vacated by Representative John Damoose.

Friske is a life-long resident of Northern Michigan. He was born and raised on the family farm, Friske Orchards near Charlevoix.

Neil and his brother Richard Jr., were second-generation owner partners in the family operation for over a decade.

He went on to own several Northern Michigan businesses and currently owns and operates Friske & Sons Property Management in Charlevoix.

He has four grown sons and three grandchildren.

Friske stated “I’m a Christian, Conservative, Constitutionalist, Patriotic American who wants to serve the 107th District in the Michigan House of Representatives, fighting to
preserve all that has made Michigan and America Great.”

His father, Richard Friske, Sr. served in the Michigan legislature from 1970-72.

Friske says he now wants to “give back” and hopes his campaign will inspire many other patriots to get involved in the fight to preserve our God-given liberties.

Categories: Election 2022