Rep. Gina Johnsen, R-Odessa Township, today announced her Lansing office is now open to help serve people living in the 78th House District.
People can contact Johnsen’s office by calling (517) 373-1796 or emailing [email protected]. Correspondence can also be mailed to N-1097 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909.
“I’m honored to serve the hard-working folks of Barry, Eaton, Ionia, and Kent counties,” Johnsen said. “That’s why it’s so important for residents to contact me with any questions or concerns. I am planning weekly town hall meetings throughout the district to make myself available to everyone.”
Johnsen is a community leader, mother, and business professional who was born and raised in Michigan. For the last 20 years, she has served greater Michigan in the health-care industry. Currently, Johnsen is a small-business owner in the health insurance industry.
The 78th District encompasses the townships of Lowell and Bowne, and the cities of Lowell and Alto in Kent County; the townships of Ronald, Keene, Easton, Ionia, Boston, Berlin, Orange, Portland, Campbell, Odessa, Sebewa and Danby, and the cities of Ionia, Saranac, Portland, Clarksville and Lake Odessa in Ionia County; the townships of Carlton, Woodland, Hastings, Castleton, Baltimore and Maple Grove, and the cities of Woodland, Hastings and Nashville in Barry County; and the townships of Sunfield, Roxand and Kalamo, and cities of Sunfield and Mulliken in Eaton County.
Johnsen expressed her opposition to House Bill 4166, which eliminates the A-F school grading system currently in place to measure the education-based achievements of Michigan schools, in a speech on the House floor.
State Rep. Gina Johnsen today encouraged Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Michigan Democrats to end their efforts to circumvent an automatic income tax cut for residents that is expected to happen in the coming months.
State Rep. Gina Johnsen of Lake Odessa invited Portland City Manager Tutt Gorman, at right, and Barry County Commissioner Bob Teunessen to the state Capitol on Wednesday for the governor’s annual State of the State address.
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