State Rep. Mike Mueller, second from left, was recently recognized by the Michigan Sheriffs’ Association as its Legislator of the Year. He is joined by the CEO and Executive Director of the Michigan Sheriffs’ Association Matt Saxton, left; Deputy Director Dan Pfannes, second from right; and Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole, who serves as president of the board of directors.
State Rep. Mike Mueller was recently named Legislator of the Year by the Michigan Sheriffs’ Association.
“My experience in law enforcement is a major part of what drives my desire to serve in the Legislature,” said Mueller, of Linden. “When I go to the Capitol, my goal is to be a voice for our community and shape policy decisions to make our state an even better place to live. It’s an honor to have my work recognized by the Michigan Sheriffs’ Association – an organization for which I have a tremendous amount of respect.”
Mueller, a retired sheriff’s deputy, is serving his second term in the Michigan House representing people in southern Genesee County and northwest Oakland County. He was recognized, in part, for spearheading a plan to offer additional funding for local law enforcement agencies and provide more tools for officer recruitment and retention.
Earlier this year, Mueller received awards from both the Police Officers Association of Michigan and the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police.
State Rep. Mike Mueller’s plan to make Michigan roads safer and address the growing problem of distracted driving has been signed into law by the governor. Mueller, a retired sheriff’s deputy, said the bipartisan plan requires drivers to use hands-free technology if they are going to use their phones while driving. “Distracted driving is dangerous,” […]
State Rep. Mike Mueller today opposed partisan legislation that would let state government violate fundamental due process protections and confiscate weapons from law-abiding gun owners. The bills would create extreme risk protection orders, also known as red flag orders, to seize weapons from any individual who others say is likely to injure themselves or another […]
State Rep. Mike Mueller today invited residents to attend his upcoming office hours in Fenton. Local office hours are an opportunity for residents to meet face-to-face with Rep. Mueller to share their thoughts, questions, and concerns. The meetings are open to the public, and no appointment is necessary to attend. Rep. Mueller will be available […]