For Mayor, City of Muskegon
On November 2, 2021, voters will decide who will best represent them and serve their interests at City Hall. Until then, I will endeavor to earn your votes, just as I’ve sought to earn your trust over the past 8 years as a City Commissioner.
MUSKEGON RISING TOGETHER
LOVE OF MUSKEGON
Ken’s family roots go deep here, with his family first arriving in Muskegon more than 140 years ago. Like his father, Ken grew up on the City’s east end in the Sheldon Park neighborhood. Ken’s a proud K-12 graduate of Muskegon Public Schools, having attended Oakview Elementary, Steele Middle School, and Muskegon High School – GO BIG REDS!!
After high school, Ken attended The George Washington University, where he earned a dual B.A. in International Affairs and Political Science. He returned to Muskegon over a decade ago, buying a home on the city’s west side, with a desire to help move Muskegon forward and realize more of its awesome potential. He’s been active in the Nims Neighborhood Association, currently serving as its Vice President, and has been an at-large City Commission for the past 8 years. Having returned to Muskegon working remotely as a senior analyst for a global media analysis firm headquartered in Washington, D.C., Ken has since transitioned to financial planning to serve his community in another way.
MUSKEGON, MI – Muskegon Mayor Steve Gawron is facing a challenge this election from city Commissioner Ken Johnson.
Gawron, who as mayor also is a member of the city commission, has served as Muskegon’s mayor since 2012 after serving as a commissioner for 10 years.