US Senate Candidate Hill Harper Endorsed By Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton

January 31, 2024

Detroit, MI — Today, Hill Harper, candidate for U.S. Senate in Michigan, proudly announces that he has received the endorsement of Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton. Sheriff Clayton is a committed public servant, and a true leader in both public safety and criminal justice reform. His endorsement brings dedication to the campaign.

“Hill Harper has my full support and endorsement for the Senate. His vision, dedication, and bold leadership are exactly what Michiganders need in the next United States Senator” stated Clayton.

Hill Harper expressed his gratitude for the endorsement, saying: “I am deeply grateful for Sheriff Clayton’s endorsement. His expertise and partnership are invaluable to our mission of delivering real, effective solutions for Michiganders. Sheriff Clayton’s dedication to public service and his collaboration with community partners echo our campaign’s values. His balanced approach in ensuring public safety while championing necessary reforms demonstrates our shared commitment to common-sense strategies that address the critical issues facing Michiganders. With Sheriff Clayton’s guidance and support, we will continue to work and fight for the people of Michigan.”

Hill Harper is a candidate for the U.S. Senate aiming to provide Michiganders with economic security and real representation, prioritizing people over lobbyists and wealthy donors. A lawyer, actor, union organizer, and single father who owns a popular coffee shop in Detroit, Harper was raised in the Midwest by two doctors. He learned the value of public service early, a commitment he has maintained throughout his diverse career, from Harvard Law School to acting and as a key surrogate for President Barack Obama. His service-oriented journey includes sitting on Obama’s Cancer Panel, writing empowering books for marginalized young people, and founding a charity for youth scholarships and mentorships. Harper’s Senate run is driven by a recognition that we need elected leaders who prioritize public service over personal ambition.