A Hometown Candidate Fighting for Our Values.
J.D., Indiana University Maurer School of Law
B.S. Business Administration, Indiana Tech
Diploma, Hillsdale High School
REALTOR, Century 21 Drews Realty
Assistant Prosecuting Atty., Hillsdale County Prosecutor's Office
Assistant Manager, Complete Nutrition
Christian, Hillsdale United Brethren Church
Michigan Right to Life, National Rifle Association, Ludwig von Mises Institute, Tenth Amendment Center, Hillsdale County Board of Realtors, National Association of Realtors, Turning Point USA, Young Americans for Liberty
Wiseley is a local guy here in our district. Born in Coldwater, he graduated from Hillsdale High School where he lettered three years in varsity baseball and was a leader in the Hillsdale United Brethren in Christ Church’s youth group, where he still attends today.
Wiseley went on to earn his bachelors degree in business from Indiana Tech and his law degree from Indiana University Maurer School of Law. In law school Wiseley’s service included as Vice President of the Public Interest Law Foundation, the Disability Law Clinic where he worked with disabled veterans, the Indiana State Senate, and the Marion and Hillsdale County Prosecutor’s Offices.
Wiseley always envisioned himself serving his hometown community so after law school, Wiseley returned back home to serve as Assistant Prosecuting Attorney at the Hillsdale County Prosecutor’s Office. There, he prosecuted misdemeanor and child abuse and neglect cases. Wiseley then went to work in the private sector as a real estate professional for Century 21 Drews Realty in Branch and Hillsdale Counties.
After seeing the mess Governor Whitmer has attempted in Lansing with the gas tax, New York style Abortion laws, and other liberal agenda proposals, Wiseley decided he couldn’t sit on the sideline and watch anymore. He has the passion and courage to stand up for the principles we hold so dearly in this district. Wiseley is your pro-life, pro-gun, pro-liberty candidate that wants to work to restore government to the way it ought to be and remind them in Lansing that government is the servant, not the master.