Brian Calley

4:14 pm
Sat August 23, 2014

Lt. Governor Calley Wins Nomination at Republican Convention

Calley won more than 60% of vote, fending off challenge from Wes Nakagiri
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley fought off a challenge from tea party favorite Wes Nakagiri at the Michigan Republican Party’s state convention today and will remain on the ticket with Gov. Rick Snyder in the November election.
7:46 pm
Mon May 5, 2014

Tea Party Leader Launches New Effort for Lieutenant Governor Nomination

Wes Nakagiri appears to have enough signatures to challenge Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley at State Republican Convention
LANSING, MI -- Tea party leader Wes Nakagiri is expected to challenge Lt. Gov. Brian Calley's nomination this fall after all. Nakagiri, whose first attempt to qualify for the Michigan Republican Party convention ballot fell short, confirmed Monday that he has submitted signatures from 33 state party committee members in 13 out of 14 congressional districts.
7:23 pm
Mon March 24, 2014

Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley Backs Proposal for Part-Time Legislature

Making Michigan Legislature part-time would require amending Michigan's Constitution
LANSING, MI -- Republican Lt. Gov. Brian Calley this weekend voiced support for a petition drive and potential ballot proposal seeking to make Michigan's Legislature a part-time affair. Calley, in an email to supporters, said he intended to vote for the proposal if it makes the ballot and noted that he, Dave Agema and Justin Amash introduced their own part-time Legislature bill when all three served in the state House in 2009.
Michigan Economy
8:42 am
Thu March 13, 2014

Lt. Governor Brian Calley Says State Has Better Climate for Job Growth

Brian Calley
Credit State of Michigan website


A roundtable discussion on jobs and the economy is scheduled for Thursday afternoon in Kalamazoo. Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley will participate in that discussion. 

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6:30 am
Wed March 13, 2013

Lieutenant Governor says road funding is Snyder's hardest task

Calley tells audience in Holland that $1.2-billion is needed for roads. He says lawmakers should offer alternatives if they don't like Snyder's plan
During the past 10 years, the state has made aggressive attempts to rehabilitate roads, Calley said. However 17.2 percent of the state trunkline roads (those designated with an 'M' or an 'I') were rated as poor or very poor, while 33.6 percent were rated as excellent or good and 49.2 percent as fair, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation.