Why we’re voting for o̶u̶r̶ Marquette’s son

My parents taught me leadership and diplomacy. Many candidates assume the support of their parents, but as I see it, it’s taken me 34 years to earn Dr. Bob and Peggy’s votes. I’m so grateful for this endorsement. I have giant shoes to fill. Marquette, I won’t let you down.

A note from my parents…

Our son, Andrew Lorinser, is running for Marquette City Commission. As parents, Peggy and I are proud of his ambition. As private citizens, our support for his candidacy is based on his dedication and unwavering love for this city. 

Our son will represent all generations well. Andrew has always been a leader. Andrew is respectful, empathetic, and dedicated to the well-being of others. These are the qualities we look for in elected officials.

Andrew has always been a leader.

As city voters for over 30 years, we have never been more proud to offer a candidate our endorsement. On August 6 and November 5, Peggy and I encourage you to join us in casting a ballot for Marquette’s son, Andrew Lorinser. 

Join us in casting a ballot for Marquette’s son, Andrew Lorinser.

He  will serve the community with compassion and will strive to continue to make Marquette a place to live and enjoy. As Peggy and I continue to serve in Baghdad after 25 years of medical practice in Marquette we will cast our vote for Andrew and our community.  We look forward to being “home” soon to enjoy our great city.

Andrew will be a great commissioner.

Dr. Bob & Peggy Lorinser

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Offer your endorsement by messaging Andrew at m.me@andrewlorinser or visiting andrewmqt.com/endorsements.

Any opinion or endorsement for Andrew’s non-partisan run for elected office is not an official endorsement by Bob and Peggy’s employer or the U.S. Federal Government. The Lorinsers support Andrew as family members, private citizens, and voters in the City of Marquette, not federal employees.