Jason Maciejewski, Washtenaw County Commission, 1st District
Jason Maciejewski and his wife Molly, a department manager with the City of Ann Arbor, live in Dexter Township. They have two children in the Chelsea public schools and a son at Michigan State University. Together they spend time enjoying the many recreational opportunities available in Washtenaw County, as well as our state and national parks.
Maciejewski works for a non-profit Area Agency on Aging, advocating for resources and directing program operations to impact the lives of older adults. He was twice elected township trustee, serving eight years. As a trustee he focused on building a voter-approved fire sub-station to reduce emergency response times. He was also appointed to the Western Washtenaw Recycling Authority, helping to transition the organization through a conversion to a single-stream recycling system. Maciejewski has served as Chair of the Authority since 2016.
Maciejewski graduated from the University of Michigan-Dearborn, obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in Public Administration.
After winning a competitive primary with 58% of the vote, Maciejewski now faces a Republican challenger on November 6th.
As a County Commissioner, Maciejewski will work for a safe, clean and more sustainable environment. He’ll be a regional voice in support of preserving natural areas, as well as expanding recycling and composting opportunities. With his background in human services, Maciejewski understands the importance of community-based solutions to health issues impacting children and adults.
“I have a history of tackling complex issues by seeking innovative solutions through collaboration. I am committed to being an effective problem solver and a strong voice for western Washtenaw,” Maciejewski said.