Arbit said if elected to serve in Lansing, he would work “relentlessly” to secure increased resources dedicated to school safety. He said that lockdown drills and threats of school violence for his generation and beyond have become a way of life and little has been done at governmental levels to create laws that will lessen the threat of gun violence.
Four openly LGBTQ+ candidates in Michigan have announced their intention to run for office in 2022, including Noah Arbit (D-West Bloomfield) and Jason Morgan (D-Ann Arbor), both running for state representative in their respective districts.
State rep candidate Noah Arbit (D-West Bloomfield) is interviewed by PBS NewsHour about Michigan’s new independent citizens redistricting commission, the “punitive, partisan” gerrymander of Arbit’s hometown of West Bloomfield, and his campaign for state representative.
Late last month, Arbit, 25, announced his candidacy in the open-seat race to represent Michigan’s 39th state House district, which includes his hometown of West Bloomfield.