State Rep. Peter Lucido was sworn in as representative of 36th District today, reciting the oath of office from Michigan Supreme Court Justice David Viviano during a ceremony at the state Capitol. Joining Rep. Lucido was his wife, Ann Marie.

Rep. Lucido takes oath, renews commitment to 36th District

State Rep. Peter Lucido was sworn in as representative of 36th District today, reciting the oath of office from Michigan Supreme Court Justice David Viviano during a ceremony at the state Capitol. Joining Rep. Lucido was his wife, Ann Marie.

State Rep. Peter Lucido (left) and Washington Township Supervisor Dan O'Leary presented tributes to U.S. marathon runner Desiree Linden, who trained in Macomb County before competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics, during a Washington Township Board meeting on Wednesday.

Rep. Lucido presents tribute to U.S. Olympian from Macomb County

State Rep. Peter Lucido (left) and Washington Township Supervisor Dan O’Leary presented tributes to U.S. marathon runner Desiree Linden, who trained in Macomb County before competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics, during a Washington Township Board meeting on Wednesday.

PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Peter Lucido, R-Shelby Township (right), joined Lucian Spataro of the Joe Foss Institute in testifying before the Senate Education Committee on House Bill 4136 today in Lansing. HB 4136 would require all high school students to pass a civics test, similar to a citizenship test required by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, in order to graduate.

Rep. Lucido testifies on civics test legislation to Senate panel

PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Peter Lucido, R-Shelby Township (right), joined Lucian Spataro of the Joe Foss Institute in testifying before the Senate Education Committee on House Bill 4136 today in Lansing. HB 4136 would require all high school students to pass a civics test, similar to a citizenship test required by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service,…

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Rep. Lucido welcomes ‘Rep. for a Day’ contest winner to the Capitol

State Rep. Peter J. Lucido today hosted a very special guest when Amber Watta of Shelby Township joined the lawmaker as “Representative for a Day.” Amber was selected as the winner of Rep. Lucido’s summer reading contest. The reading contest—which took place between May and August—invited elementary school students to fill out an entry bookmark…

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Romeo Police Chief joins Rep. Lucido for Sept. 11 Ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Peter J. Lucido R-Shelby Township, was joined in the Capitol rotunda by Romeo Police Chief Gregory Paduch prior to the Michigan House of Representatives’ Sept. 11 memorial service on the House floor. House members invited first responders and members of the military as their guests during the ceremony, which marked the…

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Rep. Lucido announces summer reading contest

State Rep. Peter Lucido will host a summer reading contest for local elementary school students in the 36th House District. The winner will have the unique opportunity to join Rep. Lucido at the Capitol in Lansing and serve as State Representative for a day. Rep. Lucido hopes that the contest will encourage students to keep…

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Rep. Lucido pays tribute to families of late community leaders

Duncan, Weingartz families receive state tribute State Rep. Peter Lucido this week celebrated the lives of two very important residents of the 36th House District. “Richard Duncan was extremely dedicated to his community,” Rep. Lucido said. “A World War II veteran and co-founder of Jerome-Duncan Ford, he was best known for being a founding member…

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Rep. Lucido welcomes local students to Capitol

Rep. Lucido today welcomed a group of students from Duncan Elementary in Shelby Township. “The best days of being a state representative are days like today,” said Rep. Lucido, R-Shelby Township. “It is wonderful to see groups of bright and talented students come to the state Capitol to learn about their government and see it…

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House cuts bond requirement to fight for seized property

Lucido: Financial means should not be a prerequisite for justice   The Michigan House today approved legislation that will bring further reforms to Michigan’s Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws. Late last year, Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation reforming Michigan’s Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws. These reforms include additional reporting requirements for police officers and higher standards for…

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Rep. Lucido takes the plunge

Shelby Township lawmaker participates in fundraising event for Special Olympics of Michigan Today in Lansing Rep. Pete Lucido braved the elements of a Pure Michigan winter day to help raise money for the Special Olympics at the Legislative Polar Plunge. More than a dozen lawmakers this year participated in the annual event, with temperatures in…

PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Peter Lucido, R-Shelby Township testifies before the House Oversight and Ethics Committee on House Bill 4629.

House bill cuts bond requirement to fight for seized property

Lucido: Financial means should not be a prerequisite for justice The House Oversight and Ethics Committee this week approved legislation that will bring further reforms to Michigan’s Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws. Late last year, Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation reforming Michigan’s Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws. These reforms include additional reporting requirements for police officers and…