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Clark Durant and Randy Hekman, U.S. Senate Candidates (MI)

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Clark Durant Founded the Cornerstone Schools in 1991 to provide an excellent education to children in urban Detroit, creating an alternative to government schools. He was named by President Reagan, and confirmed by the U.S. Senate in 1984, to serve on the Board of the Legal Services Corporation.  He served as Chairman for 4 years.  He challenged both the spending culture of Washington and the monopoly of the legal profession, which had denied poor people access to justice. Developed creative ways to generate millions of dollars for urban education, including unique partnerships with Arnold Palmer, the Detroit Tigers, the Detroit Pistons, and the Children’s Scholarship Fund.

Randy Hekman is former prosecutor and juvenile court judge. He also served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy from June 1969 to June 1972. Hekman was assigned to the Office of the Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy in the Pentagon where he developed policies for computer systems in the Department of Defense.

After 15 years, Hekman left the bench to become the founding executive director of the Michigan Family Forum based in Lansing, Michigan. He led the non-profit research and education organization from 1990 to 1996. Hekman then served as executive director of CBH Ministries for six years before taking on the role of executive pastor at Crossroads Bible Church, which he left to run for office

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