Grosse Pointe Shores Republican Wins Council Seat
Seely Wins Four Year Term
Grosse Pointe Shores, MI [Immediate Release]: Matt Seely, Grosse Pointe Shores, won election to a four year term the Grosse Pointe Shores City Council. He was sworn into office in December.
“First, thanks all who voted in the recent election. Being on City Council is an opportunity to serve the community that I love,” said Seely. “The group I am joining is composed of leaders who work hard to continue to make Grosse Pointe Shore such a wonderful place to live.”
Learn more about the Grosse Pointe Shores City Council here http://gpshoresmi.gov/Departments/ElectedOfficials.aspx
This was Seely’s first attempt for election to office, other than being an elected precinct delegate in the 14th Congressional District. He owns a Detroit based manufacturing company. Contact Seely at [email protected]
“We are proud that Matt took this important step to compete for election to this Council position,” said Janine Kateff, 14th District Chairwoman. “Matt joins several members of our Executive Committee who lead by example. By that I mean the example of actually entering campaigns to win election in important local positions. Leaders in the 14th District are engaged in the political process. ”