CLARKSTON, MI — Suzanna Shkreli, candidate for Congress in Michigan’s 8th Congressional District, reported raising over $100,000 in the first week of her campaign. Shkreli will report raising $100,372 in her pre-primary filing due with the FEC today.
“I am honored by the broad support our campaign has received, which will give us the momentum we need to share my vision of job creation and common sense leadership with voters in Michigan’s 8th Congressional District,” Suzanna Shkreli said. “Michigan families are clear: they want a representative who will go to Washington and put jobs and families first. As a prosecutor and a first-generation American who worked my way through school, I don’t take anything for granted. I’m ready to take on the tough fights in Congress to make sure that the next generation has the same opportunities I had.”
Suzanna Shkreli is a first-generation American, born and raised in Michigan. Her parents are working-class Albanian immigrants. Suzanna worked her way through Oakland University and then law school with student loans, in order to become a Macomb County Prosecutor, prosecuting homicide, drug crimes, assaults, and domestic violence. She currently serves in the Child Protection Unit, where she prosecutes crimes against children involving physical and sexual abuse. Suzanna is an advocate for victim rights, and has represented the United States Department of Justice in training law enforcement agencies on victim rights abroad. Suzanna lives in Clarkston, Michigan.