Scott VanSingel (R)
VanSingel serves on the Appropriations Committee, the Corrections, Natural Resources & Environmental Quality subcommittee, the Licensing & Regulatory Affairs Appropriations subcommittee, and is the chairman of the Higher Education & Community Colleges Appropriations subcommittee.
VanSingel graduated from Grant High School and earned a bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University, where he majored in finance and accounting. He later earned his master’s in business from Cornerstone University.
After graduating college, VanSingel worked in public accounting for a CPA firm and later as a financial analyst at Dematic Corporation.
He has served as a deacon at Grant Reformed Church over the past few years and is treasurer of the Newaygo County Republican Party. He currently resides in Grant.
State Representative Jon Bumstead – 100th District
Don VanSingel – former state representative
National Rifle Association
Right to Life of Michigan
Citizens for Traditional Values
Great Lakes Education Project
Economy: “One of the reasons for our nation’s great economic prosperity is the free market system. It has allowed individuals to make choices for themselves in order to use their talents and resources to the fullest extent possible.” VanSingel believes excessive taxes and regulations limit economic growth. He believes certainty in our tax code, regulatory system and protecting private property rights will help encourage economic growth. He has not released details on how he would create certainty in those areas.
Education: “I am thankful for the education I received and the opportunities it has provided for me. This has created a passion for education.” VanSingel wants Michigan’s education policy to focus on career specific training to match the skills of students with available jobs.
Second Amendment: “I am an NRA life member and have a CPL permit.” VanSingel is a strong supporter of right to carry legislation. He has vowed to strongly protect and promote the Second Amendment.
Labor: “I believe workers have the right to choose whether or not they will belong to a union.” VanSingel supports Michigan’s Right to Work law and says he will fight any effort to repeal it.
Bills Sponsored by VanSingel:
MI HR0269 – A resolution to oppose the Natural Resources Commission’s proposed policy change requiring orange coloring on each side of a hunting ground blind.
MI HR0276 – A resolution to oppose the Governor’s policies regarding the placement of COVID-19 patients into nursing homes.
MI HB5576 – A bill to establish certain financial aid programs for certain residents of this state seeking associate degrees or industry-recognized certificates or credentials from certain educational and jobs training programs; to provide for the administration of the financial aid programs; and to prescribe certain powers and duties of certain state officers, agencies, and departments.
MI HB5046 – A bill to allow local governments and certain authorities to withhold payment under certain conditions to contractors on an asbestos abatement project; to provide for mandatory contract conditions on certain asbestos abatement projects; to provide for certain disclosures; and to prescribe the powers and duties of certain local officials.
Mich Independent Colleges
MI Education Partners PAC
Michigan Association of Realtors
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