Michigan's 66th state house district, which covers Van Buren County and Alamo, Cooper, and Parchment in Kalamazoo County, is open due to term limits. There are three Republican candidates. The best choice for conservatives is Beth Griffin.
Griffin is a Van Buren County Commissioner who was first elected in 2012. She is a longtime member of the VanKal Tea Party. She is solely endorsed by Michigan Right to Life, and has an Aq rating from the NRA.
Her main opponent, Matthew Nilson is not endorsed by Michigan Right to Life and has a C- rating from the NRA.
Beth Griffin is the best choice for conservatives.