Lily Cheng-Schulting -
Democratic Nominee for State Representative - District 72
Kent County Black Caucus
Michigan Education Association
American Federation of Teachers
United Auto Workers
Progressive Women's Alliance of West Michigan,
West Michigan Plumbers, Fitters and Service Trades #174
ATTORNEY: Graduate of University of California at Berkeley & Syracuse University College of Law.
ADVOCATE: Founder of 501(c)(3) Disability A-Team of West Michigan.
ALLY: Board Member Michigan Department of Education's Special Education Advisory Committee.
Why Lily for Michigan?
EDUCATION: More funding for schools including support services and therapists for students/staff.
MENTAL HEALTH & HEALTH CARE: Everyone deserves healthcare coverage and individuals with disabilities deserve services to help them and their families live a quality life.
ECONOMIC EQUITY: Raising wages and providing vocational learning options with training to our workforce.
Lily understands the importance of a healthy, more equitable community. Her family immigrated from Taiwan when she was three years old. Lily has integrated into the community as a wife, mother of an autistic son, attorney, activist and advocate willing to openly fight for marginalized communities, economic and social equity. Now she is running for a larger platform to represent you in the 72nd as a State Representative.
My top priority is to ensure a high quality of life for everyone in our district! I will dedicate my skills, experience and energy as a proven disability and human rights advocate to:
Improve support services for students, teachers, staff, and schools and ensure high quality education for all students
Support for Universal Healthcare that includes additional funding for Mental Health and Disability Services
Protect the environment
Ensure social, racial, and criminal justice
Strengthen the economic development and resources for small businesses, farms, and start-ups to thrive in Michigan, while promoting fair wages
Promoting policies for a quality of life and future for all Michiganders