Soldano is a chiropractor and co-founder of Stand Up Michigan, a group opposed to the state's coronavirus policies. Soldano said he was "standing up for Michigan" and "running to be your voice and return our government to We the People," listing integrity, transparency, and freedom as three key points of his campaign.
Rinke owned and operated a group of car dealerships in the Detroit area. Rinke highlighted his business experience, saying he would "get the government out of the way, eliminate regulations, lower costs and let businesses do what they do best: create good paying jobs for our communities."
Ralph's website states, "On Day One as the 50th Governor of the State of Michigan, I will open an investigation into the 2020 election. I am the only Michigan Governor Candidate who was at the TCF Center and who witnessed election fraud and the breaking of Michigan Election Law.
Kelley owns a real estate investment firm. Kelley said, "We have God-given rights, not government granted privileges," adding that he would "protect and defend those rights from an overreaching federal government," and referring to Whitmer as a "radical left wing dictator.""
Dixon is a former news anchor for America's Voice News. Dixon called herself "the visionary and clear policy leader in the Republican field," saying she would "rebuild and grow the economy, stop the indoctrination of our school children, and apply common-sense reforms to Michigan's elections."