Alpena- Two Alpena residents will look to represent the Democratic Party in a race for Michigan’s 106th District in November.
Family Law Attorney Lora Greene and John Norton III announced that they will be running for office. Current State Representative Sue Allor had already announced that she would look to hold her seat for another two years. According to True North Radio Network, John Norton III will be joining her in the race to unseat State Representative Sue Allor in November. Greene and Norton III will take part in an August democratic primary. The winner will face Allor in November.
Greene moved to Alpena 23 years ago and works in several organizations throughout the Alpena community. She is currently the President for the Community Foundation of Northeast Michigan and a board member on the Alpena Rotary Club. Greene has also taught as an adjunct professor at ACC and Spring Arbor University.
Norton III graduated from Northern Michigan University with a BS in Business Administration. He interned for US Senator Carl Levin in 2009 in Washington D.C.
The winner will meet State Representative Sue Allor in November. Allor defeated both Democratic candidate Robert Kennedy and Libertarian candidate Dana Carver in 2016.