Holt, Mich. (April 10, 2014) -- Kara Hope announced that she plans to run to keep her seat on the Ingham County Board of Commissioners.
“I’m really pleased with where Ingham County is going, and I want to make sure that we keep moving forward,” Hope said.
As county commissioner, Hope serves on the county’s Law and Courts and Human Services committees. She is vice chair of the Tri-County Office on Aging Consortium Board and vice chair of the Ingham County Land Bank Board. Hope also represents Ingham County on the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission.
Hope, a Democrat, represents District 7, which includes most of northern Delhi Township and part of South Lansing. She was elected to a two-year term in 2012.
Hope is an attorney who has previously worked for the Michigan Court of Appeals and taught at Cooley Law School. She is the founding president of the nonprofit Holt Community Arts Council. She is a member of the South Lansing-Holt Rotary Club and serves on the boards of the Capital Area College Access Network, the Michigan Alliance for Traumatic Stress, and the Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council.
She and her husband, Evan Hope, are raising their niece and nephew, who both attend Holt Public Schools.
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