Carey would like to be re-elected as county commissioner for Macomb County, Michigan.
That's right, RE-elected.
According to her website, she is not only county commissioner, but also an actress, model, and Private Eye!
And if you don't believe that she's a real actress, she has a photo gallery of herself with famous celebrities to prove it. Like this one:
|Carey meets Chelsea Handler - Photo|
|Carey meets and chats with the best-selling author|
during her book signing tour in Birmingham, MI.
You think they let just anyone wander into Borders and meet a celebrity who's there to meet people and sell books? No no my friend, that's A-listers only!
And speaking of A-Listers -- It's Frank!
Frank Sinatra with Carey
Frank Sinatra's Vegas impersonator takes
the Rat Pack Show
to MCC's Performing Arts Center
Also, she does foot modeling. Seriously, she has a section of her website dedicated to foot modeling.
Why should you vote for Ms. Torrice? Well just look at her position on physical fitness!
|Carey Supporting Our Troops - Photo|
|I am the daughter of a U.S. Marine. I fully support our men and women in uniform! Semper Fi!|
Plus, one of these ladies is apparently County Commissioner Carey Torrice:
Was her opponent ever named an "official hottie?" Probably not.
And just check out this photo's caption:
That's right A Movie. A movie that she filmed. You know who else was in a movie? Ronald Reagan! And he went on to be president. Just sayin'.
If that's not enough to convince you, get a load of this!
So all that seems kinda weird for her own campaign website, but is it really crazy? No, here's the crazy part:
From the Detroit Free Press:
This time, Torrice, 33, and her husband, Michael Torrice, 39, of Fraser are under investigation following a mysterious accident in which an acquaintance and fellow private investigator appeared to hurl himself at an SUV driven by Jeffery Sprys, Carey Torrice's opponent in the Aug. 3 Democratic primary, according to a May 27 police report.
So please consider voting for Carey Torrice for County Commissioner this Fall. Remember. . . .