Rep. Brann invites local pastor to lead House invocation

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Tommy Brann (right) welcomed Pastor Randall Ledeboer (center) to the state Capitol to lead today’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. Ledeboer is the lead pastor at inSpirit Church in Byron Center. Speaker of the House Tom Leonard joined them at the rostrum. House tradition calls for a representative or…

Rep. Brann sleeps outside city hall for Homelessness Awareness Week

In recognition of Homelessness Awareness Week state Rep. Tommy Brann participated in the Homelessness Sleep Out in front of Lansing City Hall sponsored by the Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness. Before Rep. Brann set up camp he met with members of Volunteers for America to discuss their outreach in the Lansing area and people who had…

Local first responders join Rep. Brann for annual Sept. 11 service

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep Tommy Brann, of Wyoming, today was joined by Wyoming Police Sgt. Brian Look and Wyoming Police Officer Ben Durian as his guests for the Michigan House’s annual Sept. 11 Memorial Service at the Capitol. The ceremony remembers first responders and members of the military from Michigan who died in the line…

Rep. Brann takes Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

State Rep. Tommy Brann yesterday took part in the sixth annual Legislative Polar Plunge on the Capitol lawn to benefit Special Olympics Michigan. Special Olympics Michigan places a pool on the Capitol lawn and invites legislators to raise funds for the group and take a plunge in support of the nonprofit.              “I am more than…

Rep. Brann is joined by Byron Center business owner for State speech

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Tommy Brann, R-Wyoming, was joined by Byron Center business owner Paul Houseman for tonight’s State of the State speech at the Capitol. “This was a wonderful opportunity for Paul and I,” said Rep. Brann. “Listening to Gov. Snyder speak about attracting and growing small businesses in Michigan was a thrill for…

Rep. Brann sworn into office during Capitol ceremony

State Rep. Tommy Brann, R-Wyoming, was administered the oath of office today by Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Stephen Markman on the floor of the House of Representatives in Lansing. Joining Rep. Brann was his wife Sue, family friend Kathy Bush, and small business owner Lillian Vanderveen.