Bieda Will Provide the ‘Strong Leadership and Progressive Change’ that Macomb County Needs Right NowRead More
“Senator Phil Hart married into our family. At the time I was working for Senator Robert Kennedy. Over the years, I worked with Senator Hart, who was known as 'the Conscience of the Senate.' I know that he would not want his good name associated with a PAC engaged in negative, false attacks against another Democrat, especially one as dedicated to good government and high ethical standards as state Senator Steve Bieda,” said Walter Briggs Connolly Jr.Read More
"This is a throwback to the days of county clubs when they used admissions like this to exclude blacks, Jewish people, women," said Warren Democratic Club Member Jeremy Fisher.Read More
The Philip A. Hart Democratic Club, which Is Affiliated with the Michigan Democratic Party, Has Spent at Least $75,000 on Negative, Inaccurate Ads against a Democratic Public ServantRead More
“The Philip A. Hart Democratic Club has made a mockery of the Act by using funds derived from bingo games to finance blatantly political advertising,” Bieda said.Read More
“I think what they are doing to me is wrong and their use of a license is possibly illegal and needs to be looked at by authorities,” Bieda said Tuesday. “Worse, I think it's appalling they are doing this under the name of Philip A. Hart – a former Michigan Democrat who was so well respected that he was referred to as the 'conscience of the U.S. Senate."Read More
“The Philip A. Hart Democratic Club has made a mockery of the Act by using funds derived from bingo games to finance blatantly political advertising. The club has also made a mockery of the good name of Senator Philip Hart, who was a Michigan treasure and was considered the ‘conscience of the Senate.’ As the author of the only major piece of ethics legislation to be signed into Michigan law in the last decade, I am appalled by the Philip A. Hart Club’s tactics and had no choice but to ask the Michigan Lottery Bureau to review its bingo license.” — Steve BiedaRead More
For many of us, it was one of the first lessons we learned in our high school government class: Every U.S. citizen has the right to vote.
However, everything we once believed about our voting process is about to change.
It used to be that a miner in Ishpeming, a teacher in Traverse City, a farmer in Alma and an autoworker in Detroit all had one voice — and one vote in the ballot booth. It was this guarantee of democracy that made America the greatest country in the world, but a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling is threatening to derail that promise.Read More
Bieda Has Always Been a Strong Leader for Labor and Working FamiliesRead More
“We tend to look at redistricting as one party over the other, but a lot of the times you’re seeing members of the majority party, and for that matter, members of the minority party putting forward ideas that clearly benefitted them personally.” – Sen. Steve Bieda (D-Warren)Read More
Longest-Serving Attorney General in U.S. History Says Bieda Has Earned Our Trust and Will Stand Up for Seniors and Veterans
State Sen. Steve Bieda Wins Support of Former Macomb County Treasurer and State Representative Derek Miller and former State Senate Democratic Leader Art Miller Jr.Read More
Bieda Has Been a Strong Ally of Police and Public Safety for DecadesRead More
Watch State Sen. Steve Bieda (D-Warren) on why he's fought against repealing prevailing wage in Michigan.Read More
Sen. Steve Bieda, D-Warren, said the bill amounted to "a twisted social experiment."
"In reality it only serves to kick people off of Medicaid. Let me make this clear: this has nothing to do with saving taxpayer dollars. Absolutely nothing," Bieda said.Read More
Unions built Michigan’s middle class.
It was our neighbors who fought for fair wages, which gave us the greatest era of economic expansion. It was our friends who negotiated reasonable health care and retirement benefits for their families, and it was our families who advocated for secure work environments, which led to less deaths and injuries than ever before.
At a time when union members are being demonized by white-collar politicians and political pundits, who have never gotten their hands dirty, we have to ask ourselves: why is the middle class disappearing?
Michigan is falling behind because lawmakers continue to strip workers of their rights to negotiate basic aspects of their job, together, that everyone else gets to negotiate — including the push to repeal our Prevailing Wage law.Read More
Bieda Is the Only Candidate who Can Return Sensibility and Integrity to the Office, Smith SaysRead More