As we travel Michigan's Road to Recovery there are some changes that must be addressed before solid progress can be made. Among the top issues are:
o Make Michigan Business Friendly
o Control State Spending
o Fix State Government
See my Issues page for more information on how I plan to tackle the obstacles holding our state back.
My thanks to the Jackson County Commissioners who have endorsed me as their choice for the next State Representative for the 64th District. They join many other supporters who are encouraging me with their kind words, their time, their donations and their prayers. If you'd like to join the team, please visit my Join page where you can volunteer, request a sign, make a donation or see other opportunities to help with the campaign.
Earl has been happily married to his high school sweetheart, Candy, for 31 years. Together, they have two grown sons, Earl Wayne and John.
Earl graduated from Albion College in 1978. He also holds a Master's Degree in Taxation Science from Walsh College.
A Certified Public Accountant for nearly 30 years, Earl Poleski's life's work has been balancing budgets, keeping a watchful eye on spending, and protecting the financial security of his clients, neighbors and fellow taxpayers.
Throughout his career, Earl has been a sole-practitioner and partner with various accounting firms providing individual and business accounting, tax and consulting services, while also representing clients to the IRS and state tax agencies. Currently, Earl is a member of the Lally Group, PC accounting firm in Jackson.
Earl has provided accounting expertise for energy companies large (including Fortune 500) and small as well as corporations both domestic and international.
Throughout the years, he has served on several non-profit and civic committees in various officer positions or Boards of Directors including:
Jackson Symphony Orchestra: Board of Directors
Family Services & Children's Aid: board member & Treasurer
Big Brothers/Big Sisters: board member & Treasurer
Jackson Breakfast Rotary Club: Treasurer and former President
Spring Arbor Township Planning Commission
Michigan Committee Assignments, 2012
Financial Liability Reform, Chair
Earl and his family are members of the First United Methodist Church where he sings in the Chancel Choir. He chaired an organ building and sanctuary renovation committee which raised $1.2 million and brought the project in on budget and on time.
Earl has also led several mission trips around the country with Jackson youth teaching values such as service, hard work, honesty and responsibility.