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Why I’m Running

I am a businessman and, for more than 30 years, I have been a job creator. I have created and saved almost 1,800 jobs. I know what it takes to create good paying jobs for people. I will work every day to create jobs for the district. And, as your Congressman, I am committed to providing the best customer service for my constituents.

I am a conservative who truly believes in cutting spending, lowering taxes and creating jobs. I am an outsider who is not beholden to any special interest. What you see is what you get. I will not tell you one thing and do another. There is too much debt, too much spending and too few jobs because of those types of politicians. We need a true conservative as our Congressman, someone who stands by the principles they campaigned on. Someone who will tell you the truth and not make promises that we know the government will not keep.

As Michigan continues to improve and champion itself as the comeback state, let’s take that energy to Washington! In the months ahead, I will seek out your thoughts, concerns and solutions. Please join me, and let’s get the right voice in Washington.

Latest News:


Bill Schuette Endorses Dave Trott for Congress
COMMERCE, MI -- Oakland County businessman Dave Trott today announced the endorsement of Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette for his campaign for Congress.

Ralph Reed Endorses Dave Trott for Congress
Commerce, MI – Ralph Reed, former head of the Christian Coalition and now founder and chairman of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, today personally endorsed Dave Trott for Congress in Michigan’s 11th Congressional District.

ICYMI: Free Press, WXYZ-TV Poll: Trott Holds 22-point Lead on Bentivolio
WASHINGTON — Having largely ceded the airwaves to his challenger, U.S. Rep. Kerry Bentivolio’s re-election campaign is showing signs of trouble as a new poll shows him trailing lawyer David Trott in the Aug. 5 primary by 22 percentage points