Troy, MI — Today, the Martin Howrylak for State Representative campaign announced the endorsement of the Michigan Physical Therapy Association (MPTA).
“Thank you for your service to all citizens in the State of Michigan and your consistent commitment to supporting access to care and a thriving Michigan healthcare landscape,” said Susan Ann Talley, President of the Michigan Physical Therapy Association.
The MPTA is comprised of physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and students in the field of physical therapy.
Howrylak said, “Michigan’s physical therapists work hard to provide a high level of care to those in need. I have been privileged to work closely with them to ensure that we pass legislation that respects their value to our community and allows them to spend more time helping people and less time dealing with bureaucracy.”
The General Election is on November 4th. Martin Howrylak and his wife Jane live in Troy, where Martin was born and raised. He currently represents the 41st district in the State Legislature and also served as a city councilman in Troy from 2000-2011. He is a certified public accountant (CPA). He has been endorsed by several business groups, including the Michigan Doctors Political Action Committee, National Federation of Independent Business, the Associated Builders and Contractors of Michigan, Michigan Retailers Association, Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors as well as many others.
For more information about Martin Howrylak, please visit www.martinhowrylak.com.