Ending the stigma for mental health
State Rep. Mike Mueller will host local office hours to meet with residents of the 51st District to discuss state government at the following time and location:
- Friday, April 12 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Fenton Township Hall, 12060 Mantawauka Drive in Fenton.
No appointment is necessary. Residents unable to attend may contact Rep. Mueller’s office by calling (517) 373-1780 or by email at MikeMueller@house.mi.gov.
State Rep. Mike Mueller was first elected in November 2018 to serve the constituents of the 51st House District. The 51st District encompasses parts of Genesee County and Oakland County, including Argentine, Atlas, Fenton, Flushing and Gaines townships, and the cities of Linden and Fenton. Within Oakland County, Rep. Mueller represents the townships of Groveland, Holly and Rose.
Rep. Mueller serves as vice chair for the committee on Military, Veterans, & Homeland Security. He also serves on the committees for Agriculture, Energy, and Health Policy.
Mueller is a 1992 graduate of Linden High School and played a year of Junior “A” Hockey prior to enlisting in the United States Navy. After receiving an honorable discharge from the Navy, Mike went on to attend Eastern Michigan University, serving as captain of the hockey team, and earning a degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice. He attended the Washtenaw County Community College Police Academy where he was selected as the class vice president and was awarded the “Outstanding Performance Award” by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards, graduating in 1999.
Mueller was a road patrol deputy with the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s department before taking a job with the Livingston County Sheriff’s department in 2005. He now runs his family orchard, part of the Linden community since 1941.
Mike and his wife Angela have three sons and one daughter.