PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Brian BeGole, of Antrim Township, was joined by a pair of Shiawassee County first responders – Shiawassee County Sheriff Doug Chapman (left) and Durand Police Chief Jason Hartz – for a special ceremony at the state Capitol on Thursday, Sept. 7 commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. The ceremony honors first responders and members of the military from Michigan, including those who have died in the line of duty. BeGole specifically honored Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Deputy Darrell Henderson, who passed away due to complications from COVID-19 in 2021, and U.S. Army Pfc. Shane Cantu, who was killed by an explosive device in Afghanistan in 2012. Cantu was a graduate of Corunna High School in Shiawassee County, an area BeGole represents as part of the 71st Michigan House District.
Legislator: Plans will create massive cost increases for less reliable power State Rep. Brian BeGole today joined fellow Republican legislators to push back against a radical Democrat green energy plan that will raise costs for families, worsen grid reliability issues and strip away local input on future projects in their communities. In her recent “What’s […]
State Rep. Brian BeGole today opposed Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s announced agenda, highlighting negative impacts the push will have on consumers, small business owners, families, rural communities and attempts to attract residents to Michigan. Whitmer and Democrat leaders went through several initiatives that increase regulation and costs while not addressing problems and priorities many people across […]
State Rep. Brian BeGole is helping bring increased funding to townships, cities and villages across Shiawassee, Genesee and Saginaw counties. BeGole today voted to advance House Bills 4274-75 from the House Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee. The critical statutory revenue sharing reforms will create more stability for local governments by creating a dedicated trust […]
State Rep. Brian BeGole today criticized a signed K-12 budget for the upcoming fiscal year that prioritizes pork spending over needed learning resources for students. The budget includes $2 billion in projects and programs that cost taxpayers and families without delivering for kids. The funds for these projects and programs could have provided nearly […]