State House District 55
Rebekah Warren prevailed over Shauna McNally in the Aug. 7, 2018 Democratic primary, winning nearly 77% of votes cast. Warren faces Republican Bob Baird in the Nov. 6 general election. Click here for full local election results.
Shauna McNally is running for a seat in the Michigan House of Representatives for District 55. She faces Rebekah Warren in the Aug. 7, 2018 Democratic primary. The winner will compete in the Nov. 6 general election against the winning candidate from the Republican primary: Bob Baird, Bill Boring or Miha Todd.
In November 2016, McNally ran as a Green Party candidate and won a seat on the Ypsilanti Township Park Commission for a four-year term. She served as vice chair, but resigned from the commission in December 2017. Her resignation letter stated that she moved out of the township in October 2017, making her ineligible to continue serving on the commission.
McNally lives in Pittsfield Township and has three children.
Melissa Taylor is serving as McNally's campaign treasurer.
Shauna McNally: In The News
League of Women Voters State Representative District 55 Democratic Primary Candidate Forum (video) –Community Television Network, June 27, 2018
State Rep. Ronnie Peterson to Ypsilanti teens: 'We owe you better' – MLive, Sept. 29, 2017
March brings message of peace to Ypsilanti Township neighborhood – MLive, Sept. 19, 2017
Progressives Need to Run for Office Wherever They Can – Real News Network, June 18, 2017
Interview with Tim Black at The People's Summit (video) – TBTV, June 15, 2017
Jill Stein Congratulating GP Candidate Shauna McNally on her Election Win in Ypsilanti with son Max – YouTube video, Dec. 19, 2016