District Photo Contest

April 22 – June 3

Photos can be submitted to AnnetteGlenn@house.mi.gov. Rep. Glenn will choose the top three photos to receive the following prizes:

  • 1st place – a tour of the state Capitol, the opportunity to sit on the House floor during session, and a U.S. flag flown over the state Capitol
  • 2nd place – a tour of the state Capitol and a U.S. flag flown over the state Capitol
  • 3rd place – a U.S. flag flown over the state Capitol

Winning photos will also be displayed in Rep. Glenn’s Lansing office. The contest is open to participants living in the 98th House District. All submissions should include the name, address, and contact information of the participant, the date was photo was taken, and where the photo was taken within the district. All photos must be taken by the individual entering the contest. Questions about the contest should be directed to AnnetteGlenn@house.mi.gov or (517) 373-1791.



State Rep. Annette Glenn was first elected to the Michigan House in November 2018. She represents the 98th District, which includes portions of Bay and Midland counties. Within Bay County, Glenn represents the cities of Auburn. Pinconning, and Linwood, and the townships of Beaver, Fraser, Garfield, Gibson, Mount Forest, Pinconning, and Williams. In Midland County, the district includes the city of Midland, the village of Sanford. and the townships of Homer, Jerome, Larkin, Lee, and Midland.


Annette was selected to serve on the House Appropriations Committee, which, along with its subcommittees, is responsible for helping determine the state budget. Rep. Glenn will serve as vice chair for the Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Subcommittee as well as vice chair of the Department of Natural Resources and Department of Environmental Quality Subcommittee. In addition, she will serve as a member of the Health and Human Services subcommittee and the School Aid & Department of Education Subcommittee.


Annette graduated from Boise State University with a degree in Public Administration and served as state chair of College Republicans, going on to become vice chair of the College Republican National Committee.


Annette has served in multiple legislative offices at the state and federal level. She has also managed several political campaigns including those for Congress, Lt. Governor, state Supreme Court and multiple state House and Senate campaigns. She was elected county Republican chair at age 23. Annette currently serves on the board of directors of a demographic analytics and marketing think tank, and she is also a long-time Scouting volunteer and the mother of four Eagle Scout sons; she’s also served as volunteer treasurer for the Midland Flames boys’ basketball team and the Fleet Feet youth track team.


Annette and her husband Gary live in Williams Township and celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary in 2018. They have five children and six grandchildren.