State Rep. Graham Filler frequently meets with constituents to seek input on state government and provide legislative updates.
State Rep. Graham Filler, chair of the Michigan House’s Judiciary Committee, on Friday met with White House officials to discuss his work on criminal justice reform. Filler was in the Washington, D.C., area to give a presentation about Michigan’s nation-leading work in the criminal justice field at the 2020 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). He…
State Rep. Graham Filler today participated in a ceremonial signing of the law he sponsored to preserve Michigan’s electronic court document filing system. The MiFile system allows documents to be filed electronically with courts across the state through one central portal. Since its implementation in 2016, the system has improved service to the public, increased…
State Rep. Graham Filler (right) of DeWitt welcomed Pastor Chris Carter of Northpointe Community Church to give the invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives on Tuesday. They were joined at the rostrum by Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield.
Rep. Graham Filler read to students at Gateway North Elementary in St. Johns on Monday, March 11 as part of his March is Reading Month tour. Filler will be reading to students in the community with the goal of promoting literacy and a love of reading.
Rep. Graham Filler invited DeWitt Mayor Sue Leeming and Mayor Pro-tempore Dave Hunsaker to attend Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s first annual State of the State address on Tuesday evening.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Graham Filler was sworn into office at the state Capitol on Wednesday to begin his first term as state representative. Justice Stephen Markman of the Michigan Supreme Court performed the ceremony in the House chamber. Joining Filler on the rostrum were James Schultz and Saralee Howard.
Our incoming freshman legislators took a minute for a photo on the House floor while at the Capitol for orientation.