Roger Hauck (R)

Background:

Roger Hauck is a Republican candidate running for reelection to represent District 99 in the Michigan House of Representatives. He first assumed office in 2017. He is a member of the Ways and Means Committee.

Hauck grew up on a beef and dairy farm in Beal City. He graduated from Beal City High School before spending 24 years working at the Delfield Company as a line technician. He co-owns a small building company, and is a member of the National Rifle Association.

Endorsements:

Police Officers Association of Michigan

Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union

National Rifle Association

Right to Life of Michigan

Sponsored Legislation:

HB 6159: would create a new act, the Pandemic Health Care Immunity Act, to provide protection from liability, with some exceptions, to a health care provider or health care facility that provided health care services under specific circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

HB 6118: House Bill 6118 would amend the Michigan Election Law to provide a one-time extension of the date by which counties, cities, and townships must submit to the Department of Treasury a verified account of their actual costs for the 2020 presidential primary election.

HB 4912: House Bill 4912 would amend the Michigan Liquor Control Code to add a university building to the list of buildings considered “conference centers” and therefore eligible for an on-premises liquor license.

Issues:

Hauck’s campaign website doesn’t appear to have been updated since 2016, and his official Michigan House representative page does not detail his policy positions. In 2016, Hauck’s campaign priorities included auto insurance reform and fixing Michigan’s roads.

Top Donors (as of Sept. 21):

Chatfield Majority Fund 2

Michigan Beer and Wine Wholesalers State PAC

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan PAC

DTE Energy Company PAC

Michigan Association of Realtors

*Donor information comes from transparencyusa.org.