Keith Butler on Principles & Values
In 1984, Butler ran for the office of Precinct Delegate and won. He was also selected one of Five Outstanding Michiganians in 1988 by the Michigan Junior Chamber of Commerce.
In 1989, Butler was elected in a city-wide vote to the Detroit City Council; he garnered 43% of the votes, representing 105,000 of the total votes cast. 88% of Detroit's residents identified themselves as Democrats. He was the first known Republican to hold a city council seat in the city of Detroit since before World War II. Butler served a four-year term.
In addition, Butler was selected to be one of Ten Outstanding Americans for 1989 by the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce and was honored by President George H.W. Bush at the White House in the same year.
Butler has been married 29 years to his lovely wife, Deborah L. Butler. They have three children who now serve with them in the ministry: The Butler family resides in the metropolitan Detroit area.
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