Visiting people at their door, talking to them about all the issues that matter most to them, and listening to their concerns are critical aspects of being a State Representative.
Photo Information: Rep. Roger Hauck meets with residents to discuss important issues facing the state. “People in our community have great ideas for how to improve the area we live in,” Hauck said. “These are ideas I can prioritize as I continue to work in Lansing.”
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble visited a group of third-graders from Isbister Elementary School on Wednesday. Rep. Noble talked about his job as a state representative and answered student’s questions about government. “Visiting local classrooms and speaking with our future leaders is an incredibly rewarding experience,” Rep. Noble said.
Rep. Iden talks to a mother and her child in Kalamazoo.
Rep. Iden has coffee with constituents. “Listening to residents is one of the most important parts of my job,” Iden said.
Rep. Griffin has coffee with residents during her local coffee hours.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble delivered the commencement address at Plymouth Christian Academy’s graduation ceremony. Rep. Noble addressed over 50 graduating seniors in addition to parents, teachers, family members and administrators. “As these students emerge from adolescence into adulthood, I hope they recognize the importance of this impressive personal and academic milestone” Rep. Noble…
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble recognized local student Claire Swadling for her participation in C-SPAN’s national documentary competition. Claire’s documentary on the Electoral College was one of 150 winning films from over 5,000 entries. Rep. Noble honored Claire’s achievements at Plymouth’s East Middle School on Friday with a tribute.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Sheppard greets a family outside.