Brian Calley

Michigan Public Radio Network

The state Senate has approved its $1.5 billion plan to boost road funding. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley cast two tie-breaking votes on bills to gradually raise Michigan’s gas tax by 15 cents over three years. 

A brutal freeze-thaw cycle, high water table and being dead last in per capita road spending have colluded to make Michigan’s roads what they are, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley said at an event at the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District on Tuesday night, March 10. Calley has been spreading the word across the state. (Holland Sentinel)

Calley won more than 60% of vote, fending off challenge from Wes Nakagiri

Wes Nakagiri appears to have enough signatures to challenge Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley at State Republican Convention

Making Michigan Legislature part-time would require amending Michigan's Constitution

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