Community Leaders
Jim Toy

Advocate for Justice

Founder, Jim Toy Community Center

Nick’s candidacy is endorsed by 

Community Leaders

“I’ve known Nick for 30 years and he’s a tireless fighter for human and  civil rights. In particular, in the 1990’s, we worked together on the “Scouting for Equality” task force to advocate for equality and inclusiveness… Nick’s knowledge is vast, he has broad experience and is committed to justice for all.  He will be an excellent judge.”

“I have known and worked with Nick Roumel for 25 years.  NIck is a knowledgeable, hard working, trusrtworthy attorney who will be an outstanding judge”

Lloyd Carr 

Former Michigan Football Coach

Mike Hood and Laurie Carpenter

Clean Water Activists

“We need folks in the judiciary who understand the needs and struggles of real people and all the obstacles they face as they try to make their lives work. … If I had to sum up Nick’s qualities in one phrase, I’d say that “Nick Roumel is no bystander.”

Mike Hood
Anuja Rajendra
Anuja Rajendra

Ashton Justice
Ashton Justice

Domestic Violence Survivor

Founder, Her World Initiative

Alyshia Dyer
Alyshia Dyer
Dr. Andrew Zweifler

Professor Emeritus Internal Medicine/Co-founder of Physicians for Prevention of Gun Violence

Ruth Zweifler

Community Activist and Director, Student Advocacy Center (Ret.)

Tricia Luker

Special Education Advocate

Marcie Lipsitt

Education and Civil Rights Advocate

Laurie White

Community Activist, Psychotherapist, Mediator, Film Producer, Founding member of Zeitouna

Rossi Ray-Taylor

Educational Consultant, Former Superintendent, Ann Arbor Schools

Dr. James Hawkins

Educational Consultant, Former Superintendent Ypsilanti Schools 

Michael Appel

Affordable Housing Advocate

Ruth Kraut 

Community Activist 

Ebru Uras Herzog

Community Activist

Lynn Malinoff

Educational Leader and Consultant

Sandy Sanders

Educator and Coach


Jessica Alexander
Jessica “Decky” Alexander

Director of Academic Engagement Programs, EMU

Shary Brown

Former director of AA Street Art Fair (the Original)


Khadija B. Wallace

President, Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce


Roderick Wallace

Educational Advocate

Dr. Margaret R. Somers

Professor Emerita, UM

Jonas Berzanskis

Bonnie Billups

Hedieh Briggs

Andy Brush

Richard Carter

Judith Cawhorn

Penny Corbett

Janine and Steve Easter

Cathy Fleischer

Dan Freidus

Lisa Gottlieb

Mary Hall-Thiam

DaQuann W. Harrison

Jeff McGrew

Paquetta Palmer

Nadiya Ramlawi

Doug Scott

Patti Smith

Peri Stone-Palmquist

Anna Zinkel Walters

Campaign Team

Hedieh Briggs, Co-Chair

Kim Easter, Co-Chair

Ingrid Ault, Treasurer

Disclaimer:  An endorser’s affiliation does not indicate endorsement by the of the related organization.