Although the economic condition of Michigan is grave, I believe we can become the economic powerhouse we once were. The 83rd District and Michigan in general has abundant resources, fresh water, a skilled workforce, highly rated universities and a wealth of other positives. We the people of Michigan have the potential and the drive to be successful, we need to be allowed to move forward. I will work to promote an economic climate that attracts businesses and entrepreneurs through minimal regulations and low taxes, bringing job creation and prosperity back to Michigan.
A native of Sandusky, Tubbs returned to Sandusky to raise his children and join the family automobile dealership, Tubbs Brothers, Inc. He now owns and operates the business with his brother.
With Penny, his wife of nineteen years, Tubbs is raising his daughters, Sadie (17), Hannah (15), and son, Ethan (12). The couple home-schooled each of their children through at least second grade; the children went on to attend Sandusky Christian School and Sandusky public schools.
Tubbs earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Northwood University in Midland.
He has traveled extensively in the US through his work with a marketing company and has served as a sales account manager in the automotive supply industry, working especially with Ford Motor Company, Chrysler and General Motors. Tubbs also successfully took on the challenge of new business development in Europe and the Far East, conducting business in Germany, France, Great Britain, Mexico, South Korea and Japan.
He returned to Sandusky to join the family automobile dealership, Tubbs Brothers, Inc. He now owns and operates the business with his brother.
Tubbs is very active in the community. He is a freelance reporter for the Sanilac County News and a leader of the Fine Cooking Fellowship at the Sandusky First United Methodist Church. He is also a former member of the Sanilac School to Work board of directors; the Thumb Area Michigan Works! board of directors; and he chaired the Sanilac County Economic Development Corporation board of directors. Tubbs is an organizing member of the Sanilac Economic Action League, a group comprised of local business people working to improve economic conditions in Sanilac County. He currently serves on the board of the Sam Adams Alliance.
Among his other affiliations, Tubbs is a member of the Right to Life of Sanilac County; the Michigan Farm Bureau; the Marlette Sportsman's Association; and the National Rifle Association.
Christian - United Methodist Church, Sandusky