Bay County lawmaker announces office is open and running
State Rep. Timmy Beson, of Bay City, this week was officially sworn in for his first term as a Michigan state representative.
Joining him during the ceremony were his wife, Lisa Beson, and children, Grace, Nick, and Aubrey Beson. The 101st Michigan Legislature met for session for the first time following the ceremony.
“It was an honor to officially be sworn in to serve the incredible 96th District and get to work,” Beson said. “I came to Lansing because of what my friends and neighbors said to me over the counter in my shop. It upset me to hear that so many people weren’t getting the representation they needed – and most importantly – deserved.”
Rep. Beson’s key staff include Robert Anderson, a Saginaw Valley State graduate who previously worked for former speaker of the House Lee Chatfield, and Stone Kelly, a Michigan State University graduate who previously worked as an intern in the Michigan House.
“Bob and Stone are as excited as I am to be here,” Beson said. “I’m honored to have them working by my side and know they will continue the hard work on behalf of all our families.”
Rep. Beson can be reached through phone at 517-373-0158 or by email at [email protected].
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