A second-generation American, Darrin Camilleri grew up understanding the value of hard work. As a member of the Michigan House, Darrin has been a passionate advocate for stronger public schools and investments in infrastructure.
- At 24, became the youngest Latino and first Maltese-American to serve in Michigan’s legislature
- Champion for economic security and devoted to raising wages, lowering taxes for the middle class, and protecting seniors’ pensions
- Running for re-election in a must-hold Democratic seat