State Rep. Ken Borton, of Gaylord, today announced the addition of Tadarian Rogers as a legislative aide.
Rogers is a senior at Michigan State University, majoring in public policy and economics. He has been involved in politics in Lansing since 2018, when he began campaign work for various GOP candidates. Rogers has interned for state Rep. Steve Johnson, of Wayland, and worked as an election coordinator for state Rep. Steve Carra, of Three Rivers. Outside of the office, Rogers enjoys fishing, spending time with family and traveling throughout the country with his dog, Duke.
“Tadarian brings great experience to this role and I am excited to have him in the office,” Borton said. “Collectively, we are committed to serving people across the 105th District, hearing their concerns and fielding their questions about what is going on in Lansing.”
Residents can contact Rep. Borton by calling his office at 517-373-0829 or by emailing [email protected].
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Ken Borton (right), of Gaylord, has announced the addition of Tadarian Rogers as a legislative aide for his House office in Lansing.
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