Nendorf is a democrat. His political experience is pretty thin.
Nendorf interned with Michigan Senator Mark Schauer in Lansing. In 2005, he served a second internship for U.S. Senator Carl Levin in Washington D.C. He also served as a legal assistant for the Michigan speaker of the house.What are his goals?
Nendorf received a full-ride Medallion Scholarship at WMU. The active student served on both the Residence Hall Association and the Western Student Association. Nendorf graduated in 2006 Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management.
Nendorf explained that now is time for change in education, health care and the economy.One change in education that Nendorf didn't support was cancelling the illegal immigrant scholarship at Western created by Judy Bailey. The scholarship subverted immigration laws by giving scholarhips specifically for illegal aliens. When the WSA passed a resolution opposing the scholarship, Nendorf voted against it. The scholarhip was later cancelled by Interim President Diether Haenicke.
"We have our convictions and beliefs, but we should work together to get things done," Nendorf said. "Put the petty politics and partisans aside. The good ideas should win the day."That's not what he did in the WSA. Nendorf tried to impeach four of his political opponents who were members of the College Republicans because he disagreed with them. The charges were found to be baseless.