Michigan State Senate | District 13
Mallory got her first job when she was 12 years old, serving coffee at bingo night at the town firehouse. Since then, she’s been a grocery store cashier, night manager, and bartender, a digital image editor, babysitter, and researcher.
After going to college to study industrial and automotive design, she took on high-profile jobs in product design, media and advertising in New York and Los Angeles, and built a career solving complex big-budget problems. She has designed products for iconic toy brand Hot Wheels where she also earned a patent. Mallory also ledthe creative direction of over 2000 global brand licenses at Mattel where she built a wide network of executives and agencies across the world.
Read more about Mallory on her website.
Why this Race is Important
Due to partisan gerrymandering, Republicans hold a drastically unfair advantage and are over-represented in the Michigan state legislature. It's critical for Democrats to win seats in 2018 to make blue inroads in this presidential battleground state.
Sister District Policy Scorecard
This candidate has pledged commitment to the following statements:
We must protect a woman’s right to choose the health care and reproductive services she wants and needs.
We need to protect and expand our social safety net, not dismantle it.
We should pursue common-sense gun safety policies, consistent with the Second Amendment and local community standards and needs, which vary from community to community.
Climate change is real and we need to protect our environment.